286. Artificial Intelligence and Reshaping our Assessment Process: Featuring Alana Winnick

Aspire to Lead, Alana Winnick, Joshua Stamper, AI, The Generative Age

Discover valuable insights in our conversation with Alana Winnick as we delve into the implications of artificial intelligence on education. Learn how AI is reshaping assessment and learning, and delve into its implications for detecting cheating. We also discuss AI policies in schools and how it impacts the game of education, prioritizing process over product. Plus, don’t miss out on exciting announcements from the Empowerment Project and recommendations for further exploration in her book, “The Generative Age,” and Alana’s podcast, “The Generative Age Podcast.” Tune in now for a stimulating conversation about AI in Education!

About Alana Winnick

Alana Winnick resides in New York City and currently holds key leadership positions as the Educational Technology Director and Data Protection Officer for Pocantico Hills Central School District in Sleepy Hollow, NY, and the Hudson Valley Director for NYSCATE, where she blends her degrees, certifications, and experience in Childhood Education, Educational Technology, and Educational Leadership.

Alana is the author of The Generative Age: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Education and host of The Generative Age podcast, powered by NYSCATE, which explores the rapidly evolving world of generative artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on education. Recognized for her contributions, Alana has received Innovative Leadership awards from Tech & Learning and LHRIC, and has been named an EDSAFE Women in AI Fellow and Magic School AI Educator of the Year finalist. 

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About the author, Joshua

Joshua Stamper is the Training and Development Specialist for the Teach Better Team and manages the Teach Better Podcast Network. Prior to Joshua's current position, he was a middle school Administrator, classroom art educator, and athletic coach.

In addition to being on the Teach Better Team, Joshua is the author of Aspire to Lead, podcaster, leadership coach, and education presenter.