The impact of AI in the classrooms of the future  

The evolution of AI technologies has made headlines since the end of 2022, with the introduction of generative AI tech like ChatGPT. AI was once a technology that was reserved for the most advanced tech companies. ChatGPT put the potential of AI in our pockets.  

Since then, industries around the globe have found ways to harness everything that generative AI has to offer. It’s only a matter of time, then, until the latest AI tech becomes commonplace in the classroom. 

In this webinar, our expert panel will explore the state of AI in schools today and discuss what we can expect as the technology evolves within the education sector.  

Hear our panel share their insights on the future of AI in schools, how generative AI tools are being utilised now and the potential benefits they can offer for both teachers and students. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from experienced professionals in the field and discover how AI may be effectively integrated into your school's curriculum.

Interested in hearing more? Make sure to complete the form and register for the webinar. 

When: Wednesday 13th March 2024,  13:00 - 14:00 BST

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Meet your panellists


Laura Knight

Digital Education and AI Thought Leader

Laura is the Director of Digital Learning at Berkhamsted School, U.K. She has been working as a teacher for twenty years and is responsible for leading the strategic development of technology for teaching and learning. As a keynote speaker, Laura supports leaders and teachers to leverage technology to improve outcomes. She is also a founding member of the Bourne – Epsom Protocol; a national cross-sector working group on AI in education.  


Dan Fitzpatrick

Author, Trainer and Thought Leader

As the author of the best-selling book, The AI Classroom: Teaching & Learning in the Artificial Intelligence Revolution, Dan is a leading voice on the impact of AI in today’s schools. His work has earned him accolades such as the Tech Champion Award at the Digital Industry Dynamite Awards in 2022. In 2023, Dan has trained approximately 6,500 educators worldwide, guiding them in the integration of AI into education.  

Dan has also featured on prominent media platforms this year, such as Good Morning Britain, BBC Radio 4, and ITV News, where he discussed the implications and potential of AI in education and beyond. 


Grant Johnson

Director of IT / CTO, Rugby School

Grant is a passionate technology expert and educator, with experience in a variety of education sectors spanning 16 years. Serving as the CTO of Rugby School and the Head of Product for Rugby School Online, he works to bridge the gap between technology and education for the benefit of students and their teachers. 

Grant is keen to promote the importance of AI literacy and, as an AI developer, he is committed to promoting understanding of the foundational technologies, inherent assumptions, and biases, with the aim of shaping strategies for the responsible and practical adoption of AI in education. 



Nicholas Clark

Head of Product, iSAMS

Nicholas is Senior Product Manager for iSAMS and, along with the rest of the product team, is responsible for the iSAMS roadmap. The team ensure that we continue to develop iSAMS in a way that prioritises new tools and features that our customers need to run modern schools and groups.



Lisa Evans

Head of Marketing, iSAMS

Since joining the company in 2014, Head of Marketing Lisa Evans has used her marketing and communications expertise to build iSAMS into a global brand, helping us to spread the word about our cutting edge MIS technology to schools around the world.