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Offerings For New Jersey Educators


Accredited Online Professional Development

Stay ahead of the curve with online courses, bi-monthly webinars, and special events focused on AI and its applications in education, designed specifically for educators.

AI Trainer Certification Course

AI Trainer Certification Course

Crash Course: AI & Education

Crash Course: AI & Education

The AI-Enhanced Classroom: Redefining Teaching and Learning

The AI-Enhanced Classroom: Redefining Teaching and Learning

How to Get State Credit

Immediately following the completion of any of our course offerings, will provide educators with an email containing the required PD Provider Documentation, including:

  • PD provider’s name
  • Educator’s name
  • Date and content of the activity
  • Number of clock hours that count toward satisfying PD requirements

Please keep this documentation (we will also keep records in case it is requested by the educator or the NJEA) to share with the NJEA as part of New Jersey’s clock hour requirements.


New Jersey AI Policy

Follow our research on AI education policy trends in New Jersey and nationwide.

UPDATE (June 2024): New Jersey became the 16th state to release AI Education guidance, releasing a short page on their official site with a chart on Foundational AI Terms and Concepts, as well as links to further resources.

No guidance posted on As of October 2023, Governor Murphy has plans to establish Artificial Intelligence Task Force which will include state education officials.

Read more about New Jersey’s AI education guidance from eSchool News’ article, “NJ unveils resources for using AI in schools as state aims to pioneer innovations“.

Rutgers University has a tool called “Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Higher Education”, which tells of the newly-developed AI Roundtable, answers FAQs on GenAI, gives suggestions to Rutgers faculty, and links to AI-related events and further resources.

Princeton University‘s McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning has posted a letter from two deans written on January 25th, 2023 addressed to Teaching Faculty with clear guidelines for the use of AI in the classroom. The same resource also has example syllabus statements on AI/ChatGPT and links to further readings for faculty (though none are more recent than January 2023). The university also has a project called “Dialogues on AI and Ethics” on their site, though there are no recent policies posted on that platform.

NJ AI Education Guidance

AI Task Force

Rutgers University AI Page

Princeton AI/ChatGPT Letter

Princeton AI Ethics

eSchool News Article


UPDATE (July 2024): The USDoE’s Office of Educational Technology released a new 49-page resource called “Designing for Education with Artificial Intelligence: An Essential Guide for Developers”, a foundational document in US AI education guidance with five recommendations for developers responsible for creating AI tools for use in educational settings.

The report was released alongside a webinar, hosted by the USDoE, on July 8th, 2024.

On January 29th, 2024, President Biden announced an update to his October 2023 Executive Order, which included a statement that by October 2024, the Department of Education will “develop guidance on safe, responsible, and nondiscriminatory use of AI in education”.

In May 2023, the US Dept. of Education announced the release a 70-page report called “AI and the Future of Teaching and Learning”, which suggested the following steps:

  1. Emphasize Humans-in-the-Loop
  2. Align AI Models to a Shared Vision for Education
  3. Design AI Using Modern Learning Principles
  4. Prioritize Strengthening Trust
  5. Inform and Involve Educators
  6. Focus R&D on Addressing Context and Enhancing Trust and Safety
  7. Develop Education-specific Guidelines and Guardrails

More recently, in October 2023, President Biden included AI in Education in an Executive Order, committing himself to “Shape AI’s potential to transform education by creating resources to support educators deploying AI-enabled educational tools, such as personalized tutoring in schools”.

In December 2023, the National Science Foundation (NSF) launched the EducateAI Initiative, with aims ” to enable educators to make high-quality, audience-appropriate artificial intelligence educational experiences available nationwide to K-12, community college, four-year college and graduate students, as well as adults interested in formal training in AI”.

In October 2023, Education Technology Industry’s Principles for the Future of AI in Education released a document with 7 “Principles for AI in Education”, which provide “a framework for how we can look to the future of implementing AI technologies in a purpose-driven, transparent, and equitable manner”.

“Designing for Education with Artificial Intelligence: An Essential Guide for Developers”

Update on AI Executive Order

Principles for AI in Education

AI Executive Order

“AI and the Future of Teaching and Learning”

EducateAI Initiative


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Custom Workshops

Invite staff to your school or organization to lead a customized workshop that meets your professional development needs around AI.


Bi-Monthly Targeted Webinars

Stay ahead of the curve with online courses, bi-monthly webinars, and special events focused on AI and its applications in education, designed specifically for educators.


AI For Administrators

January 11, 2024


Bloom’s Taxonomy in the Age of AI

January 11, 2024


Open access webinar: Teaching Empathy for the Age of AI

January 2, 2024


AI for Special Education Teachers and Students

December 15, 2023


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