Teaching Writing in the Age of ChatGPT: Summer Symposium

Generative artificial intelligence (AI) “chatbots” like ChatGPT are changing the way we teach, work, learn, and create. Cultivating the skills and competencies to use AI ethically and effectively are essential for supporting our students today and preparing them for future work and learning.

Join us for a two-day summer symposium dedicated to considering how educators and students can increase capacity and confidence in using AI tools to support our own work and our classroom practice. 

Come together with thoughtful and talented colleagues to learn more about these emerging technologies, how to adapt current writing activities, and how to think about and plan for the future of writing instruction at all grade levels.

This symposium brings together secondary and higher education practitioners for an in depth exploration of the latest strategies, tools, and approaches in teaching writing in an increasingly digital age. Attendees will engage in thought-provoking keynote presentations, resourceful workshops, and opportunities to think and learn with other curious educators.

When: Wednesday, July 31 & Thursday, August 1; 9:00AM – 3:00PM

Where: Madison College – Goodman South Campus, Madison, WI

Who: Middle & High School Educators, Instructional Coaches, Administrators, and Directors of Instruction.

Cost: $250 per attendee; reduced rate of $200 per attendee available for GMWP members and / or teams of 3+ from the same school or district. Registration fee includes lunch on both days.

Registration now open!

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