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AI Literacy: Preparing Students for Digital Spaces
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March 19, 2024 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT

AI Literacy: Preparing Students for Digital Spaces


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AI Literacy: Preparing Students for Digital Spaces


March 19, 2024 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT






Grade Level Grades 6-12, Professional Development

About This Webinar

How can AI literacy prepare my school for a world of AI? Join Jennifer Ehehalt, senior regional manager at Common Sense Education, as she showcases how AI literacy will impact our ability to consume, create and participate in digital spaces in an ethical manner. She’ll share brand new lessons that equip educators with the lessons they need to practice digital citizenship given the new AI world they are facing. In this session, we will demonstrate a collection of quick lessons (20 minutes or less!) that provide an introduction to AI, orient AI to our students, and help address its social and ethical impacts. Attendees of this 2024 Share My Lesson Virtual Conference session will leave with practical resources for digital citizenship, lesson plans, and strategies to mitigate the potential harms of generative AI in school communities. Through these lessons, students will:

  • Understand what AI is and how it works
  • Consider some of its potential benefits and risks
  • Think critically about how we can be responsible and ethical users of AI


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Sr. Regional Manager, Common Sense Education

Jennifer brings over 20 years educational experience to her current role as designer and deliverer of high-quality professional learning opportunities for educators nationwide. Leveraging her background as a former elementary educators, she fosters impactful conversations with thought leaders and inspires educators to embrace innovative practices. Her enthusiasm for digital teaching and learning is contagious and has a gift for sparking meaning conversations that lead to real-world impact.

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Education Outreach Manager, Common Sense Education

Adam is an Education Outreach Manager at Omaha Public Schools in Omaha, Nebraska. He collaborates with Common Sense Media to help regional educators, students, and families approach media and technology thoughtfully while building healthy habits at school and home. By providing trustworthy, research-based information, Adam works to help navigate the ever-changing world of media and technology to create a more equitable and empowering future for all kids.

Adam has more than ten years of wide-ranging experience in education. In previous roles, Adam has been a 3rd and 4th-grade teacher, computer science specialist, and an elementary instructional technology coach. Adam holds a masters in Educational Leadership from Doane University and is a current graduate student at the University of Nebraska- Omaha studying Instructional Technology Leadership. Outside work, Adam can be found sharing laughs with his wife and two young daughters or playing adult league recreation hockey.

Professional Credit

Share My Lesson webinars are available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

In addition, Share My Lesson has arrangements in place as follows:



Share My Lesson_ 2024.pdf

March 19, 2024
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1 Reviews
Great Content - So relevant
Thanks for this webinar. You breakdown AI in a very easy to understand way.
Kelly Booz
March 19, 2024