Day 1 – Session 3C – AI and Adaptive Learning in ELT

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Session 3 – Technology and Digital Innovation in ELT

Room C

AI and Adaptive Learning in ELT: Personalising Education at Scale

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In this workshop, we will share how Academic English Programs at UNSW College has managed the challenges of AI and the impacts on learning and assessment through the implementation of an AI Framework, and what we have learned since its implementation. For participants, this is an opportunity to draw on shared experiences of managing the impacts of AI on teaching and assessment to build shared best practices through workable responses.

Presenter: Maria Naidoo

Maria Naidoo manages ELICOS courses in Academic English Programs at UNSW College. Before this she worked as an ESL teacher, a resource writer and an Academic Manager in the Adult Migrant English Program. Maria co-convenes the English Australia Direct Entry Program Special Interest Group. She received the English Australia Academic Leadership Award in 2021. She encourages staff development and wellbeing to support international student success and to manage the changes inherent to Academic English pathway programs.    

Presenter: Kate Randazzo

Kate Randazzo is a leading education professional at UNSW College, where she supports the delivery of ELICOS courses in Academic English Programs. She has taught across a range of courses and has been involved in numerous curriculum and assessment development projects. She has a Master of Education (TESOL) and a Professional Certificate of Language Assessment. She received the English Australia Action Research in ELICOS award in 2021.