About the programm

Since the publication of ChatGPT, language-based artificial intelligence (AI) has brought about fundamental changes in the way we work and learn - including in schools. AI harbours risks, but also offers enormous potential, for example for internal differentiation and individualization in the classroom. Teachers must therefore be strengthened in their AI skills through future-oriented and broad-based programs.
Stanford University (USA), a leading institution in research on artificial intelligence and education, is currently testing a new model for teaching AI skills to teachers. In this context, Stanford University, together with the Robert Bosch Stiftung, is offering the "M.E.T.A.-Training AI - Professional Development and Capacity Building for Teacher Trainers" program. This training is aimed at teacher trainers and aims to expand the knowledge and skills of trainers in dealing with artificial intelligence. Another focus is on building a strong network in which participants can continue to exchange ideas and learn from each other even after the project has ended.
The program aims to support teachers in designing meaningful lessons with and about AI. The aim is to improve the quality of teaching by highlighting the pedagogical added value of digitized and AI-supported teaching methods and integrating them into practice.

Your contact persons

Dr. Andreas Dammertz
Senior Expert
Phone+49 711 46084-838
e-mail to Dr. Andreas Dammertz
Vincent Steinl
Senior Expert
Phone+49 30 220025-274
e-mail to Vincent Steinl