Use of AI technologies in Secondary Science Education: Teacher Insights


Who should attend?

Heads of faculty, SLT, secondary science teachers, and anyone working in secondary science education interested in using AI tools in teaching and learning.

Date: Tuesday, May 21st, 2024

Time: 16:00 BST

What will I learn?

In this webinar, Dr. Daniel Rose, Head of Science at St. Crispin's School, will discuss how AI technologies can be integrated into science lessons to enhance the teaching & learning experience. Get ready to learn from someone who has experienced and benefited first-hand from doing so!

About our speaker:

Daniel studied Biology at Southampton University before completing his PhD at Imperial College in 2002.

Since leaving academia, Daniel has taught science in secondary schools for 20 years, working as an advanced skill teacher and leading the implementation of a VLE, before moving to St Crispin’s and taking on the head of science role. In the role of head of science, he has raised attainment from 51% grades A-C to 80% 9-4, last year being in the top 12% of schools. In his time at St Crispin’s, he has presented annually at PiXL science conferences for the last 10 years, presenting on a range of aspects of teaching pedagogy including assessment through to the use of AI in teaching.

Daniel is passionate about supporting teachers to work smarter, not harder, this is often through the development of systems that produce meaningful, valid and powerful assessment data to help us move students forward and reduce workload.

Just for fun, Daniel loves to run his two dogs at 5 am every morning!

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Date & Time

May 21, 2024, 10 a.m. - June 3, 2024, 10:30 a.m.



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