Show, Tell and Talk: Designing for all – AI and assessment
March 20, 2024 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
AI is here to stay and the education sector faces a choice of how to engage with it. A full understanding of the risks and opportunities – from the perspective of both teachers and learners – is essential for policy making that will maintain fairness without ignoring this important area of technological advancement.
This session will explore and discuss ways to implement AI in assessment.
This 90 minute in-person workshop takes place in Room 1.20, Helen Wodehouse Building, 35 Berkeley Square and will give a brief overview of our BILT-funded research projects which are focused on:
Funding an Associate Project focused on briefing senior management and on producing academic guidance on AI and assessment
Gathering student views on AI and assessment
Engaging the community with AI events and workshops
Engagement of a BILT Student Fellow exploring all aspects of designing for all including AI and assessment
Funding an Education Development Project which aim to deliver and evaluate an innovative teaching and learning project in the theme area
Peter Peasey – Digital Education Developer
Sarah Davies – Director of Education Innovation
Kathryn Ford – Lecturer, School of Biological Sciences
Aisling Tierney – Lecturer, BILT
The session includes a presentation, group discussion, and will end with a chance to mingle with fellow attendees over tea and biscuits.
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided. Drinking water is also available.
Teaching and teaching support staff.