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Silvia López-Gómez, member of the Stellae Research Group, has participated as a guest speaker at the Jornada Assessories Xarxa CEFIRE 2023: Artificial Intelligence and educational transformation, held in Torrent (Valencia) on May 10.

The CEFIREs in Valencia aim to promote teacher training. This conference was attended by more than 250 people.

Artificial Intelligence seemed to be a matter of computer specialists, but with the launch of applications open to the public we are discovering a kind of magic without limits that in education is giving us food for thought: what uses can we make of it? what risks do we face? how will it impact on our lives and professions? ... Although, at present, there are no clear answers to these questions, we must know some of these tools to analyze their educational potential and discover, for example, how they can facilitate the development of teaching materials or enhance the use of active methodologies, among which are learning based on digital games and the inverted classroom.

The main purpose of the presentation was to introduce the attendees to the application of Artificial Intelligence in the development of teaching materials, while active methodologies were discussed. All this under a playful and participatory attitude.

In addition to this presentation, Silvia López-Gómez recently joined the European and Latin American Network for Teacher Training and Innovation (RELFIDO) together with Professors Raúl Eirín Nemiña, Jesús Rodríguez Rodríguez Rodríguez, (both also from GI Stellae), Montserrat Castro Rodríguez (Universidade da Coruña) and Diana Marín Suelves (Universitat de València) to work on ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS.

This line of research in relation to Artificial Intelligence and its application in education in general and in the development of digital teaching materials, in particular, arises from the participation of this team (Raúl Eirín, Jesús Rodríguez, Montserrat Castro, Diana Marín and Silvia López) in the projects "The school in the digital society: analysis and proposals for the production and use of educational digital content" (Escuel@ Digit@l; EDU2015-64593-R) and "Digital teaching materials in early childhood education. Analysis and proposals for their use at school and at home" (Infanci@ Digit@l) granted in 2018 call for R+D+i projects "Research Challenges".



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