About the Event

In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, it is essential for teaching and instructing staff to be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to guard against inappropriate use of A.I. technologies in the educational settings.

Through this training, participants will gain practical knowledge of various anti-A.I. tools and practices, including but not limited to their effectiveness, features, limitations, and ethical implications in the context of education. The training will provide insights through practical examples and case studies, demonstrating how these tools can be or can not be effectively used to enhance teaching practices and maintain the integrity of grading practices.

Intended Learning Outcomes

  • To assess the effectiveness of various anti-A.I. tools in the context of education, by evaluating their features, limitations and ethical implications; and
  • To develop practical skills in using and implementing anti-A.I. tools in educational settings, by creating effective strategies to integrate them into teaching and grading practices.


  • Mr WONG Kwun Piu, Alexander

Target Audience

VTC Teaching and Instructing Staff


  • Mr Alexander WONG
  • 3974-3721
  • alexander.aw@vtc.edu.hk