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Artificial Intelligence Webinar Event - Part II
Wednesday, May 08, 2024, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
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Artificial Intelligence Webinar Event - Part II

 AI As the Singularity

Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2024

Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM EST

Building on from what you explored in Part 1 on AI literacy and focusing on its educational applications within a constructivist framework, this webinar will explore what the potential for how learning in the near future and beyond will and can be within the evolving structures for all learning environments from pre-K to University and the world in general.



James Dunnigan


Dr. Dunnigan is currently on the faculty at Arizona State University where he teaches courses online in the Mary Lou Fulton School of Education. He has over 25 years of experience as a teacher, administrator, and college instructor in both public and private institutions. He is a member of the Artificial Intelligence Learning Futures Collaborative. He has extensive knowledge of AI and how generative AI (ChatGPT) is impacting education. He also has extensive knowledge of instructional strategies and a deep understanding of how technology can enhance teaching and learning. He has recently led a large project to redesign a graduate degree program for online delivery at a major university. He holds a Doctorate in Education as well as a Master in Teaching degree. He is currently a certified teacher in Washington state.

He has particular skills in designing and deploying online learning solutions using best practice frameworks and a deep understanding of the pedagogy and multimedia design elements effective for online learning. His research includes a study of the effectiveness of self-regulated learning in online mathematics courses. 

John Gould

Dr. Gould has more than 55 years of in-depth experience in the educational field with 39 years in the K-12 environment and 17 years in higher education. He has specialized in issues surrounding systemic change, transformational leadership development, project-based curriculum innovations, and the development of regenerative design to envision new community-based learning environments. Presently he is a Clinical Professor at Drexel University and co-designer of its Ed.D. program in Educational Leadership and Change. He has led major initiatives in educational systems focused on the integration of technological tools to enhance learning environments at all levels. He has served as the project manager in charge of crafting a "shared vision and action plan" for former Governor Tom Ridge's Pennsylvania Education Network (PEN).