Friday SLO Talk, May 12, 2023, Authentically Teaching and Learning Math: Navigating Challenges and Opportunities

In the age of AI and AB 1705, teaching and learning are changing rapidly, and math is no exception. Join us as we talk about adapting to this new reality.
We’ll explore how AI impacts student learning and include teaching stories and strategies from California community college math faculty. We’ll also discuss the importance of focusing on student learning over test performance and teaching responsible AI use. We’ll share both successes and failures relating to academic integrity, student-centered classrooms, and learning in the age of AI and AB 1705.
Let’s talk about how to empower students to take ownership of their learning and to use technology to their advantage. So, come join us for an engaging and practical discussion on how to navigate the challenges and opportunities of learning math with today’s students. Whether you’re a student, educator, or just curious about the future of education, this talk is for you!

Friday SLO Talk, May 5, 2023 SLOs for Deep, Lasting Learning and Navigating the Implications of Generative Artificial Intelligence in Teaching and Learning

Generative artificial intelligence is a rapidly growing technology with the potential to revolutionize the way we teach and learn. However, as with any new technology, it is important to consider the implications it may have on education. We explore the impact of generative AI on education, specifically in the fields of computer science, information technology, and the humanities. The session will begin with an overview of generative AI and how it works, followed by a discussion on the potential implications it may have on the way we teach and learn. Attendees will have the opportunity to share their own experiences with the technology and brainstorm ways it can be used in their own educational contexts.