SESSION DESCRIPTION: In this session, we will review how artificial intelligence can be used to support the diverse learning needs of students. We will discuss different prompts and techniques for the open AI platforms that incorporate the Universal Design for Learning framework and principles of differentiation and personalized learning. The strategies will address how to make content, instructional design and activities, and assessment accessible and more inclusive of student needs and interests. Participants will walk away with AI prompts that they can immediately use in the planning process, as well as strategies for supporting learners in the classroom.
BIOGRAPHY: Dr. Katie Nieves Licwinko is the Teacher/Coordinator of Educational Technology Integration for the Wayne Township Public School District. She spent the first part of her career as a middle school special education teacher. Katie has her doctorate in Educational Technology Leadership from New Jersey City University. She is a Google Innovator and Trainer. She is the founder and host of Assembling Inclusion, a platform and podcast interview series centered on disability inclusion. Katie's research and work primarily focuses on supporting students using technology. Her work has been featured at various national conferences and published in journals, textbooks, and on educational websites.
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