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Critical and creative: Beyond ChatGPT with multimodal Gen AI 2024082F

Aug 26, 2024 - Dec 31, 2024

$960 Enrol

Full course description

Date and time

Monday 26 August 2024, 9.30 am to 3.30 pm

Delivery mode

In person at ISV, 40 Rosslyn St, West Melbourne


Curriculum Leader, Department Leader, Teacher


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Learn how to use GenAI for image, audio, video, and code generation in this hands-on workshop. With no experience needed, you will learn how to create digital texts, websites, creative designs, and even fully functioning code using freely available multimodal AI tools. You'll also learn how to bring these skills into the classroom in a variety of subject areas, creating exciting and innovative lessons.

This session will address the various multimodal capacities of GenAI: Text and code, image generation and audio and video.

Key takeaways               

  • skills to navigate and utilise GenAI tools for generating text, images, audio, and video, enhancing your digital content creation capabilities
  • strategies to integrate GenAI technologies into classroom settings, crafting engaging and innovative lessons across different subject areas
  • further strategies to empower yourself and your students to explore and express creativity through digital texts, designs, websites, and code, leveraging the power of freely available multimodal AI tools.

Presenter information

Leon Furze        

Leon Furze is a PhD student, experienced educator, consultant and educational writer. He is author of ‘Practical Reading Strategies’ and 'Practical Writing Strategies', and a VCE assessor. Leon provides professional learning and strategic planning for curriculum, literacy, and digital technologies.

Leon has taught English, Literature and Digital Technologies in Australia and the UK for over fifteen years, and was formerly Director of Learning and Teaching at Monivae College Hamilton. In 2016 he completed his Master of Education at the University of Melbourne, focusing on how Professional Learning can mitigate the risk of burnout in teachers.

His PhD is focused on Artificial Intelligence in education, and particularly the impact large language models like GPT will have on writing.