In today's educational landscape, an increasing number of young learners are embracing generative AI technologies, such as ChatGPT, to enhance their learning experiences and academic endeavours. While this technology presents significant potential for learning, it also carries the risk of being utilized in ways that may hinder critical understanding, and risks for potential bias, misinformation, and plagiarism. This workshop seeks to familiarize concerned adults with this cutting-edge technology through a lens of critical engagement. By doing so, we aim to equip parents, educators, and mentors with the knowledge and tools needed to guide our children and youth in effectively navigating the complexities of the digital age. Join us in this exploration of how ChatGPT can be harnessed for responsible and enriching educational experiences.
- The Potential of ChatGPT to enhance learning and wellbeing
- Identifying Risks of this new Technology
- Cultivating Critical Thinking and Digital Literacy to Mitigate Risks
- Nurturing Ethical and Thoughtful Engagement
Who Should Attend:
- Parents and Guardians
- Teachers and Educators
- Youth Mentors and Coaches
- Mental Health Professionals working with youth
- Education Policy Makers and Administrators
DATE: Saturday, 28 October 2023
VENUE: Asian Pastoral Institute, 20 Aljunied Road, Singapore 389805
(Registration closes 27 October 2023)
Mr Lim Cheng Yong
MPsy (Clinical), MA (Pastoral Studies), BPsy (Hons), BSc, PGDip (Education)
Cheng Yong works as a clinical psychologist with a local hospital after serving as an educator in the local education system for the past 30 years. In his clinical training, he worked with patients with anxiety, depression, and those coping with grief from loss, amongst other mental health conditions. His primary psychotherapy modalities are Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. He is also a graduate of the Asian Pastoral Institute, equipped with both practical and Biblical foundations to provide holistic pastoral care to those he leads in his church house group community.
Dr Matthew Lim
DClinPsy, DPhil (Psychiatry), BSocSc (Hons)
Matthew has worked in inpatient and outpatient psychology services in London and Singapore and has over five years of experience supervising clinical psychology trainees. He serves as a lecturer in clinical psychology at a local university and has successfully published several academic papers in international peer-reviewed journals. He is a registered practitioner psychologist and clinical supervisor with the Singapore Psychological Society.