Hosting Google Education Summit to explore AI in schools
ISA is set to welcome a cohort of the UK’s leading educational minds this Friday when we host a summit to explore the role of AI in education.
The Google Education Summit will be held at our campus on North Deeside Road, on Friday, November 24th and will feature a series of talks from experts working across the education sector, as well as 30 breakout sessions, concluding with a networking event.
The keynote address will be delivered by educational technology specialist Bukky Yusaf, who will talk on the increasing role of AI in Education, providing insights into the use of artificial intelligence as a teaching and learning tool. The one-day event will also feature discussions on the use of iPads with Google in the early years, Gameful Learning, and how to use Google tools to assess student learning.
Gayle Veitch, our Director of IT, said the Google Education Summit will be ideal for anyone involved in the education sector, “This event is an amazing opportunity for our staff to connect with peers from other schools across Scotland and to share ideas and learn new digital skills from education experts.”
The summit, which is open to all to attend, will provide the ideal platform for open discussion and debate on a new era of digital learning.
Our Head of School, Nick Little, commented, “There is a real transformation in the world of work with companies increasingly recruiting for digital skills such as AI and robotics. As teachers, we must embrace AI as a tool for our children’s future success and this month’s Google Education Summit helps ensure we are keeping pace with teaching methods fit for the 21st century.”
We are looking forward to welcoming all attendees to our school!