Using AI in the chemistry classroom

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Tuesday 18 June, 4–5pm BST, online

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Join Dan Beech, science teacher and subject leader for science at Beamont Collegiate Academy, as he explores ChatGPT and demonstrates how it can be used in the chemistry classroom. Dan will illustrate what works for him and what can save you time before giving you the opportunity to try some tasks.

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