AI Related

This year, I’ve had the privilege of giving keynote addresses, being interviewed, presenting workshops, presentations, sitting on panels, and continuing the conversations about AI in so many places that it has helped inform my evolving views on how to best integrate tools like ChatGPT, Gemini and Claude into the field of education. Here is a list of what I’ve been up to:

  • Innovation Runs Through It – Presentation
  • 287 – AI Workshop
  • Minnesota Online and Digital Learning Summit (MNODL) – Online Presentation
  • History Fest – Presentation
  • Minnesota Educator Magazine – Interview
  • Author Talk with UC Scout – University of California
  • Minnesota Learning Commons – Panel
  • AI in Learning Summit – Online Presentation
  • Quality Matters Conference (online and in-person)
  • Aurora Institute Symposium
  • DLAC – Panel Webinar; Table Talk and Presentation at DLAC 23
  • MN EdTech Summit @ Flip/Microsoft – Presentation
  • BigBlueButton World Conference – Panel
  • Mayo Clinic Educator Podcast
  • Hechinger Report – Interview
  • KSTP Story on AI in Education – Interview
  • CO Digital Leaders Group
  • DLAC 23
  • Association of Metropolitan School Districts (AMSD)
  • Quality Matters Conference
  • Minnesota Community Education Association Conference
  • Anoka-Hennepin
  • Northwest Service Cooperative
  • Owatonna School District
  • OER Conference in Chicago for Midwestern Higher Ed Compact
  • ISD 917
  • MiCoOp Winter Conference AI Panel
  • Elk River Area Schools
  • DLAC 24 Workshop, Panel, Presentation
  • Ed Soul podcast

Upcoming Appearances:

White Bear Lake Public Schools
SELCO | Southeastern Libraries Cooperating SELS
HR in Education Conference (MASPA)
MN History Fest
ECMECC Conference
Brightworks Workshops (March & June options)
Central Lakes College

AI Resources

Sample AI Policies | Prompt Guidance | Guidance for Using A.I. in Assignment Submissions

Lesson Planning:

Creating a Dungeons & Dragons Style Game Using Academic Benchmarks


Using AI for Student Submissions (CC licensed so you can make it your own.)