Bringing history to life through AI – Magdalena Brzezinska

During her presentation, the speaker will discuss a multilayered task designed to facilitate the use of Artificial Intelligence for text and video generation with non-native English speakers (English Philology students) within a college course in Culture and History of English-speaking

Roleplaying with AI. Language Text Games – Doris Molero

The purpose of the webinar is to introduce English teachers to roleplaying with AI as a new and innovative method of language learning. Participants will learn how to use AI systems as conversation partners or guides in text-based or voice-based

Unleash Your Inner Wizard: Mastering Magic School AI – Mary Allegra

This presentation aims to demonstrate how educators could employ the artificial intelligence tool called “MagicSchool AI” to avoid wasting time and energy when designing a class. MagicSchool AI not only allows teachers from K-12 but also higher education professionals to

AI-Driven Activities – Amany Alkhayat

These activities collectively provide a comprehensive and innovative approach to language learning, leveraging the power of AI to create a rich and engaging experience for both teachers and students in the ESOL classroom. edtech tools: ChatGPT, NightCafe or DallE-2, Twinery,

AI Tools for Language Teachers – Nik Peachey

Since the emergence of ChatGPT in November 2022 there has been a huge shift towards the production of apps and tools powered by AI and large language models. These tools offer teachers and students a confusing range of options and

Simple animated characters class VR – Paul Myatt

Learn how to make simple animated 3D characters which can run, jump, wave or just stand idle etc. These characters can be used in platforms such as FrameVR (which works on any device - including VR headsets, does not require

Indivibook Mustafa ilkhan

Indivibook is a versatile e-book library software currently used by publishers, offering tailored solutions to various users including publishers, schools, groups, teachers, and students. It features individually defined libraries based on roles, an intuitive system, and a design that minimizes