Wednesday, March 29, 2023's ChatGPT Bootcamp for Teaching and Learning: Harnessing the Power of ChatGPT in Education

Learning Revolutions's ChatGPT Bootcamp for Teaching and Learning:
Harnessing the Power of ChatGPT in Education with Steve Hargadon

A 3-hour live online session with non-expiring access to recordings
(The separate bootcamp for libraries and librarians is here.)


Discover the transformative potential of ChatGPT for modern teaching and learning in this three-hour bootcamp. As artificial intelligence reshapes the education landscape, teachers, parents, and students have an unprecedented opportunity to leverage these advanced tools to enhance and magnify personal learning, drive educational innovation, and support learning experiences and communities. Join us as we dive into the world of ChatGPT, exploring its capabilities and applications, while ensuring ethical and responsible use.

"[This is] the most important advance in technology since the graphical user interface.... The development of AI is as fundamental as the creation of the microprocessor, the personal computer, the Internet, and the mobile phone. It will change the way people work, learn, travel, get health care, and communicate with each other. Entire industries will reorient around it. Businesses will distinguish themselves by how well they use it."
- Bill Gates, "The Age of AI has begun" 

This online bootcamp is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to integrate ChatGPT into your personal and professional learning, to coach students in its usage, to incorporate the technology into your learning experiences and community, and to expand your own professional career aspirations. 

Don't miss this chance to stay ahead of the curve and to shape the future of education for yourself and others. All sessions can be attended live, will be recorded, and will be available to you with non-expiring access.

"ChatGPT for Personal and Professional Learning"

This hour will help you understand the potential of ChatGPT as a powerful tool for personal and professional growth.

  • Introduction to ChatGPT: An overview of ChatGPT, its capabilities, and its potential help for personal and professional learning. The library robot concierge has finally arrived--and we've only just begun to understand the capabilities and benefits.
  • Getting the most out of ChatGPT: Crafting good ChatGPT questions and unexpected uses of the platform.
  • Expert techniques for ChatGPT interactions: Expanding knowledge by comparing and contrasting, asking for examples, requesting deeper explanations, and exploring alternative perspectives.
  • ChatGPT as a research assistant: Explore how you can utilize ChatGPT to locate resources, generate research reviews, and stay updated on emerging educational trends. 
  • ChatGPT for personalized topic-specific inquiry, deep learning, and expanding subject-matter expertise: Learn how ChatGPT can help you deepen your knowledge of specific subject areas, better serve diverse student populations, and remain current on research. Design personalized learning plans, set professional goals, and track progress over time.
  • Enhancing professional development with Chat GPT: Discover ways ChatGPT can support educators in acquiring new skills, identifying relevant learning opportunities, and networking with colleagues in the field.
  • Navigating the ethical landscape: Examine the ethical considerations of using ChatGPT for personal and professional learning, including data privacy, AI biases, and responsible usage.

"Coaching Learners With, and How to Use, ChatGPT"

This hour will help empower you to effectively introduce ChatGPT to your learning community and help students unlock its potential in various aspects of their lives.

  • Introducing ChatGPT to students and helping them to understand the basics of this AI tool.
  • Building digital literacy skills: Discuss strategies for teaching students about AI concepts, responsible usage of AI tools, and identifying potential limitations and biases in ChatGPT-generated content.
  • ChatGPT for academic support: Demonstrate how students can use ChatGPT to assist with research, essay writing, brainstorming, and citation management, while also emphasizing the importance of critical thinking and originality.
  • Discussing the elephant in the room: What are the appropriate uses of ChatGPT in testing situations and when submitting written work?
  • Lighting the fire: How ChatGPT can lead to incredible learning journeys and spark deep intellectual interests and capabilities.
  • Hands-on learning activities: Explore engaging activities and workshops that can be organized to familiarize students with ChatGPT, encouraging them to learn through experimentation.
  • ChatGPT for career development: Show students how ChatGPT can help with résumé building, cover letter writing, interview preparation, and career exploration.
  • Customizing ChatGPT experiences: Teach students how to tailor ChatGPT interactions to their specific needs, preferences, and learning styles, maximizing its utility and effectiveness.
  • Privacy and ethical considerations: Educating students about the importance of data privacy, addressing concerns related to AI-generated content, and fostering a responsible approach to using ChatGPT.
  • Evaluating and troubleshooting: Equip students with the skills to assess the quality and relevance of ChatGPT-generated content, and provide guidance on troubleshooting common issues or concerns.

"ChatGPT to Expand Professional, Career, and Entrepreneurial Growth"

This hour will help can provide you with ideas and actionable insights on how to use ChatGPT to expand your professional, career, and entrepreneurial activities as a teacher or learning coach.

  • Finding Your Passion: Using ChatGPT to take your intellectual exploration, hobby, or specialty to a new level.
  • Building Your Reputation: Becoming known for expertise and helping in a specific topic area. Blogging, podcasting, writing, and creating your personal brand through communication skills with ChatGPT.
  • Becoming a Learning Coach: offering tutoring, training, curriculum development, consulting, or teaching in-person or through online courses.
  • Become an Academic Coach: helping students develop study skills, time management, and other strategies for academic success.

The event will include Q&A time which may extend beyond the scheduled finish.

DATE & TIME: Saturday, May 6th, 10:00am - 1:00pm US-Eastern Time


  • $149/person - includes any-time access to the recording and the presentation slides and receiving a participation certificate. To arrange group discounts (see below), to submit a purchase order, or for any registration difficulties or questions, email
  • Please note that if you are individually signed up for the Library 2.0 ChatGPT bootcamp for librarians and librarians, you do not need to sign up for this bootcamp.


Click above to register and to pay. You can pay by credit card, and will receive an email within a day with information on how to attend the webinar live and then your permanent access to the webinar recording. If you are paying for someone else to attend, you'll be prompted to send an email to with the name and email address of the actual attendee.

If you have any trouble registering for a webinar, if you need to be invoiced or pay by check, or if you have any questions, please email admin@learningrevolution.comNOTE: please check your spam folder if you don't receive your confirmation email right away.

SPECIAL GROUP RATES (email to arrange):

  • Multiple individual log-ins and access from the same organization paid together: $129 each for 3+ registrations, $99 each for 5+ registrations. Unlimited and non-expiring access for those log-ins.
  • Institutional access with group or individual login capability at $599 or email for a custom quotation.

Steve is the founder and director of the Learning Revolution Project, Classroom 2.0, and Library 2.0; the host of the Future of Education and Reinventing School interview series; and the founder and chair (or co-chair) of a number of annual worldwide virtual events, including the Global Education Conference and the Library 2.0 series of mini-conferences and webinars. He has run over 100 large-scale events, online and in person.

Steve's work has been around the democratization of learning and professional development. He supported and encouraged the development of thousands of other education-related networks, particularly for professional development, and he pioneered the use of live, virtual, and peer-to-peer education conferences. He popularized the idea of "unconferences" for educators, and for over a decade, he ran a large annual ed-tech unconference, now called Hack Education (previously EduBloggerCon).

Steve himself built one of the first modern social networks for teachers in 2007 (Classroom 2.0), developed the "conditions of learning" exercise for local educational conversation and change, and inherited and grew the Library 2.0 online community. He may or may not have invented an early version of the Chromebook which he demo'd to Google. He blogs, speaks, and consults on education, educational technology, and education reform, and his virtual and physical events and online communities have over 150,000 members.

His professional website is

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