|26 Jun 2023
14:00 - 17:30
Please register by Thursday 22 June
Cambridge Assessment Network and Headington School, Oxford are delighted to be hosting a timely event aimed at school leaders, teachers and education and assessment professionals with questions about the changing landscape around artificial intelligence, assessment and professional development.
Read the Cambridge approach to generative AI and assessment
The conference is an opportunity to hear from a panel with expertise on various angles of this topic, to network with other education professionals and to ask questions.
There will be refreshments and a networking opportunity. The event is being held in the 'The Hive' Lecture Theatre at Headington School in Oxford, UK. Please note this event is not being live-streamed, although a recording will be made available to members of Cambridge Assessment Network after the event.
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Tim Oates CBE
Tim joined Cambridge University Press & Assessment in May 2006 to spearhead the rapidly growing Assessment Research and Development division. He has advised the UK Government for many years on both practical matters and assessment policy and was awarded CBE in the 2015 New Year's Honours for services to education.
Dina is a PhD student at University College London. Her PhD focuses on how best to support schools to develop effective AI strategies. She is an ex secondary school deputy head teacher and also leads the AI training work for Educate Venture Research.
Dr Ourania Ventista
Ourania is Online Tutor and Supervisor for the Cambridge Postgraduate Advanced Certificate in Educational Studies: Educational Assessment, and is Research Statistician for Evidence Based Education. She is currently completing an MSc looking at Teacher Professional Development at Athens University in Greece.
Gwyneth Toolan and Alex Spencer
Gwyneth (Product Manager) and Alex (Data Scientist) from RM are currently working on Optical Character Recognition to turn scanned handwritten work into digital content which could then be used in teaching. They will be talking about uses of AI, practical applications, and how these might help/change the teaching profession.
Nick is a Leadership Consultant and Author of The Threshold: Leading in the Age of AI (Diversion Books, 2023).
A former McKinsey & Co. consultant, Nick now serves as managing director of the leadership consulting firm Artesian Transformational Leadership. He holds a doctorate from the University of Oxford and is accredited as a Master Executive Coach with the Association for Coaching. Previously, Nick co-founded the AI-fuelled tech startup Coachify and the social reform advocacy group The Shaftesbury Partnership Ltd.
Booking for this event closes on 22 June.
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