Using Peerceptiv Peer Review to Increase Collaboration and Improve Student Grades

Online via Zoom

Peerceptiv is a peer collaboration tool now available for all UC Berkeley classes as part of a pilot. It facilitates peer assessment, producing research-validated grades for students and improving their learning outcomes. In this workshop, you will: Explore various ways Peerceptiv peer assessment is used to increase student engagement, improve skills, and reduce grading time. Learn how it integrates fully with bCourses and is user-friendly for students. Understand how to set up an assignment in bCourses and in Peerceptiv, enabling you to add peer review to an existing or new assignment in your course. By the end of this workshop, you'll be equipped with the knowledge to implement effective peer assessment in your courses. Please note Berkeley is currently piloting this tool. This session will be held via Zoom. Please register to get the Zoom link.  ➡️Register for this event here!⬅️ ***Registration for this session will close one hour before the session***

GSI Perspectives on Generative AI

309 Sproul Hall or Zoom

The rapid development and popularization of generative AI and tools like ChatGPT have dramatically changed how we all work, study, teach, and learn. How are these technologies affecting our students and how we support their learning? In this panel discussion, we’ll hear from experienced GSIs about how they have adapted since the introduction of LLMs: how the technologies work, how instructors can use them to support teaching and learning, and how to center equity and inclusion as we teach students to be critical and responsible users of AI.

Python Machine Learning Fundamentals: Part 1 of 2

Online via Zoom

This workshop introduces students to scikit-learn, the popular machine learning library in Python, as well as the auto-ML library built on top of scikit-learn, TPOT. The focus will be on scikit-learn syntax and available tools to apply machine learning algorithms to datasets. No theory instruction will be provided.

Leaders for Impact: Promoting Intersectionality and Social Justice in Urban Education

Online via Zoom

On Tuesday, April 16th from 7-8pm EST, join City Teaching Alliance as we present: Leaders for Impact: Promoting Intersectionality and Social Justice in Urban Education. This workshop explores how intersecting identities and social categories such as race, gender, socioeconomic status, and more can impact educational experiences and outcomes. The presentation highlights strategies for recognizing and addressing these complex intersections to create more inclusive and equitable learning environments. It emphasizes the importance of acknowledging the unique challenges faced by students with multiple marginalized identities and provides actionable insights for educators to tailor their approaches accordingly. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of intersectionality's role in urban education and learn practical techniques for fostering social justice, inclusivity, and positive educational outcomes for all students.