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Okay. That’s not true. But a robot could have. That’s what we are talking about in this episode – the evolution of AI technology and the growing need for expertise in computer science and coding. These skills will be in high demand in the job market and are changing quickly. According to our guests, AI advancements like ChatGPT are the biggest technological shift that adults will see in their lifetime and may even be the biggest technological shift our students will see in their lifetime. What is AI’s place in education, and how can we help our students use the technology for good? What are we doing in Hopkins to ensure that our students are not only developing technology mastery, but are also learning to become critical thinkers and problem solvers within the context of technology? And how can we bring more women and people of color into the field of technology? You don’t want to miss this powerful conversation.

Guests:
Jen Wallace - Media Specialist, Glen Lake Elementary
Carol Tracy - Media Specialist, VirtualEDU
Lorne Kelly-Collins - TechEd teacher at Hopkins High School

Resources:
HEF’s Special Appeal - Fueling Future Minds

Coding Resources for Caregivers:
Code.org (for parents/caregivers to learn alongside their children)
Scratch and Scratch Jr.
CSUnplugged
MidJourney
Okay. That’s not true. But a robot could have. That’s what we are talking about in this episode – the evolution of AI technology and the growing need for expertise in computer science and coding. These skills will be in high demand in the job market and are changing quickly. According to our guests, AI advancements like ChatGPT are the biggest technological shift that adults will see in their lifetime and may even be the biggest technological shift our students will see in their lifetime. What is AI’s place in education, and how can we help our students use the technology for good? What are we doing in Hopkins to ensure that our students are not only developing technology mastery, but are also learning to become critical thinkers and problem solvers within the context of technology? And how can we bring more women and people of color into the field of technology? You don’t want to miss this powerful conversation. Guests: Jen Wallace - Media Specialist, Glen Lake Elementary Carol Tracy - Media Specialist, VirtualEDU Lorne Kelly-Collins - TechEd teacher at Hopkins High School Resources: HEF’s Special Appeal - Fueling Future Minds Coding Resources for Caregivers: Code.org (for parents/caregivers to learn alongside their children) Scratch and Scratch Jr. CSUnplugged MidJourney leer más leer menos

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