Artificial Intelligence for Educators

00:11 – Introductions
00:52 – Four Big Tech Booms
03:46 – What is Artificial Intelligence and GPT?
08:54 – Artificial Intelligence In Action
19:50 – Artificial Intelligence and the Workforce
28:20 – Artificial Intelligence and Education
40:51 – Information Literacy as a Core Concept
41:49 – Instructional Design Example

STEM Pre-Academy is delighted to present the Coffee Time Session: Artificial Intelligence for Educators to K-16 educators. This session presents insights into AI, including ways AI can enhance teaching and learning. We discuss existing risks as well as emerging implications in this uncharted territory of computer technology and education.


Dr. Michael-Brian Ogawa has been a faculty member in the UHM Department of Information and Computer Sciences for 15 years. His research focuses largely on information and computer science education, augmented cognition, and information ethics. Dr. Ogawa’s current research includes the application of AI such as Generative Pre-training Transformer (GPT) in educational contexts.

Branden Ogata is a PhD candidate in Communication and Information Sciences at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. His research focuses on computer science in education, with particular focus on peer tutoring and learning by teaching.


CONTRIBUTOR: Dr. Michael-Brian Ogawa, Branden Ogata
ORGANIZATION: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Department of Information and Computer Sciences

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