The BCIU’s Leadership Series is three days of learning designed for teams of district-level curriculum leaders, school-based administrators, and teacher leaders.
2023-24 Leadership Series:
Navigating Artificial Intelligence in Education: Empowering K-12 Leaders for Future-Ready Schools
Effective system and school leaders must have a working definition of artificial intelligence (AI) and a nimble understanding of its growing set of capabilities. AI is already embedded within many aspects of society and educational systems. Leaders must respond in ways that minimize risks while improving instructional effectiveness and student learning in their efforts to prepare students for future opportunities that will be dramatically different from the past.
A.J. Juliani is the Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling author of Adaptable. He serves as faculty for the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education (PLN) and former Director of Learning and Innovation for Centennial School District. As a curriculum coordinator, tech director, English teacher, football coach, and K-12 instructional coach, A.J. has worked towards innovative learning experiences for schools in various roles. A.J. is also an award-winning blogger, speaker, and author of multiple other books, including the best-sellers Empower, Launch, and The PBL Playbook.
Individual (Member) $350/person | Individual (Non-Member) $425/person
Teams of 3 or more (Members) $300/person | Teams of 3 or more (Non-Members) $375/person
Act 45 attendees: Please add a surcharge of $50 per person.
Your full-day registration fee includes: Morning beverages | Lunch | Refreshments
Registration Deadline is October 13, 2023.
Act 45: Application has been made to the Pennsylvania Department of Education to provide Act 45 credit hours. If approval is received, this workshop will be offered for 38 Continuing Professional Education for School & System Leaders Act 45 hours. Administrators participating in this program for Act 45 hours are required to attend all three sessions and complete twenty hours of job-embedded assignments and a culminating project.
Act 48: Individuals attending these workshops must arrive on time and stay for the entire workshop in order to receive 6 (six) Act 48 Professional Education hours per session.