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Generative AI and Assessment in the Classroom: A Webinar on Foundational Concepts and Practices

This webinar introduces educators to key strategies for leveraging generative artificial intelligence (AI) applications in their teaching and assessment. Through this webinar, current research and a set of practical strategies on AI in teaching and assessment will be shared with clear directions for teachers’ continued learning.

Primary Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop, participants will understand the foundations of integrating AI in teaching and assessment and will generate a plan for continued learning in the area.

Target Audience: Teachers, Key Personnel and School Leaders

What Participants Said...

  • It's a good overview of use of AI and particularly some broad strategies.
  • The 6 Strategies for Ai Integration in classroom assessment.
  • Learning more about AI in classroom assessment.
  • The idea on re-design assessment that allow students to use AI, and have clear instruction on using AI in assessment.
  • Reconsidering how we design assessment to protect assessment integrity.
  • The 6 strategies for AI integration in classroom assessment was particularly useful in my work.
  • The case studies provided also helped me to think about the use of AI from both students' and educators' perspectives.
  • Learning strategies and tips about assessment involving AI.

About the Presenter: 

Dr Christopher DeLuca

Professor Christopher DeLuca (Ph.D., Queen’s University) is an Associate Dean at the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs and Professor in Educational Assessment at the Faculty of Education, Queen’s University. Dr. DeLuca is the Director of the Queen’s Assessment and Evaluation Group (AEG) and leads the Classroom Assessment Research Team. Previously, Dr. DeLuca was an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida (Tampa, USA) and has worked in the area of policy research in London, England.

Dr. DeLuca’s research examines the intersection of assessment, curriculum, and pedagogy from socio-cultural frameworks. His work focuses on supporting teachers in negotiating these critical areas of practice to enhance student learning for all. Specifically, he investigates how pre-service and in-service teachers learn to assess in relation to the evolving accountability culture and imperative for inclusivity in schools. For this reason, he actively works with teachers and schools globally to support teacher assessment literacy and practice.

Dr. DeLuca’s has published over 100 papers and has given over 125 talks. His research has been recognized through several awards including the Queen’s Faculty of Education Research Excellence Award, the American Educational Research Association Outstanding Paper in Classroom Assessment Award, and the R.W. Jackson Award from the Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Dr. DeLuca has served as the Chair of the American Educational Research Association's Classroom Assessment SIG, President of the Canadian Educational Researchers’ Association, and Editor of the Canadian Journal of Education. Dr. DeLuca is currently an Executive Editor for Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice.

Registration Details

Course Code: CD310124

Topic: Generative AI and Assessment in the Classroom: A Webinar on Foundational Concepts and Practices

Presenter: Professor Christopher DeLuca

Date(s): 8 November 2024, Friday

Time: 9.00 am to 11.00 am

Mode of Delivery: Zoom

Closing Date: 4 October 2024, Friday

Workshop Fee: S$250.00 per participant and fee is subject to GST.

Please get in touch with Joseph Loy by email at or tel: 6363 0330 if you require further information.