Laura Knight is Director of Digital Learning at Berkhamsted School, U.K. She has been working as a teacher for twenty years and is responsible for leading the strategic development of technology for teaching and learning, staff training in digital skills, and online safeguarding. Laura is a disruptive thinker, keynote speaker, coach, and consultant, and is passionate about creative problem-solving. She supports leaders with exploring the art of the possible, and leverages technology to improve outcomes, equity, systems, and teams. Laura works with the Independent Schools Council Digital Advisory Group, and is a member of a national cross-sector working group on AI in education, with a keen interest in digital wellbeing, safeguarding and regulation. She has also recently worked as an expert advisor to international governments on educational policy.
This session is a high-level, thought-provoking exploration of the present and the future, which will engage attendees in discussion about the potential impacts of AI on the evolution of education. It is suitable for decision-makers and leaders in education and technology.
In this workshop, participants will learn about:
Intended audience: All school leaders
An overview of how countries around the world regulate artificial intelligence
Finding the sweet spot between allowing freedom of enterprise and protecting rights of citizens
The impact of AI regulatory policies on the education system
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