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Classroom Technology Webinar

Navigating the New Frontiers: AI Innovation in Education

Mon., September 18, 2023, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET
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Generative AI is a transformative technology that will elevate student success, empower educators, and enhance the ways we teach and learn.

We believe–when implemented with an intentional, secure, and human-driven approach–Generative AI has the power to promote equitable and impactful learning experiences for everyone.

Join Instructure’s, Elizabeth DiRenzo and Zach Pendleton, to hear insights from administrators, educators, and students that have shaped their thoughtful approach to AI.

Zach Pendleton
Chief Architect, Instructure
For over a decade, Zach Pendleton has been focused on driving innovation and excellence in education technology. Currently the Chief Architect at Instructure, makers of Canvas, Zach is focused on finding ways to harness technological innovation to better empower educators and unlocking students’ potential. His current research areas include generative AI, credentialing, and edge computing.
Elizabeth DiRenzo
Director, Product Management, Instructure
Elizabeth DiRenzo is the Director of Product Management of Advance Development at Instructure. Her EdTech product leadership career spans K12, higher education, and nontraditional education. With a background as a former educator in public, charter, and private international schools, she brings an unparalleled understanding of educational dynamics and the innate ability to blend pedagogy and technology to her role. Her expertise lies in product incubation and taking ideas from zero to impactful products, driving innovation in the education technology sector.

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