Artificial Intelligence (AI) Tools in Academics for Teachers, Students, Researchers and Administrators


Location: Amsterdam

Dates: 05 – 10 August 2024

Fee: € 950 (accommodation is not included)


In today’s rapidly evolving educational landscape, the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools has become imperative for enhancing teaching, learning, and administrative processes. This comprehensive course is designed to equip teachers, students, and administrators with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively harness AI technologies in academic settings.

Delivery Method:

  • Blended learning approach incorporating interactive lectures, hands-on workshops, case studies, and group discussions
  • Online resources and materials accessible
  • Guest lecturer in the field of AI Education (AIED)
  • Practical assignments and projects to reinforce learning objectives


  • Approximately 4 to 5 days, 3 modules each per week for two weeks


  • Basic computer literacy and familiarity with educational technology tools
  • Openness to exploring and adopting new technologies in academic practice

Who is the Coach?

Dr. Tope is a science education lecturer with a wealth of experience in teaching, academic research, program coordination, and train-the-trainer for pre-service and in-service teachers on the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education. She commenced her lecturing career in the Department of Science and Environmental Education, University of Abuja, Nigeria, in May 2017 and was subsequently appointed as the Coordinator of Environmental Education for first-year students in December 2017. In 2018 and 2021, she commenced a new teaching role at the Institute of Education (IoE), the Centre for Distance Learning and Continuing Education (CDL &CE), both of which are esteemed institutions within the University of Abuja. She remains an active member of the faculty to date. To further her teaching career, she teaches and supervises postgraduate students at the Nigerian Defense Academy, Sheda, Abuja. Her collaborative research efforts have resulted in the publication of more than 40 scholarly articles and a textbook. She holds a Bachelor of Science Education in Environmental Education (Second-class upper division); a Master’s of Education in Science Education; and a Ph.D. in Science Education.


  • Understanding the basics of Artificial Intelligence and its applications in education
  • Exploring the potential benefits and challenges of integrating AI tools in academic environments
  • Analyzing case studies of successful AI implementations in educational institutions, worldwide

  • Introduction to AI-driven teaching and learning platforms
  • Hands-on training in using AI-powered tools for personalized learning experiences
  • Exploring adaptive learning algorithms and intelligent tutoring systems
  • Incorporating AI-based assessment tools for automated grading and feedback

  • Utilizing AI algorithms for data collection, analysis, and interpretation in academic research
  • Hands-on experience with AI-powered data visualization tools for presenting research findings effectively

  • Streamlining administrative tasks using AI-driven solutions for scheduling, resource allocation, and communication
  • Implementing AI-powered chatbots for student support services and administrative inquiries
  • Exploring AI-based predictive analytics for enrollment management and student success initiatives

  • Understanding ethical considerations and biases in AI algorithms used in education
  • Addressing privacy concerns and data security issues associated with AI technologies
  • Promoting digital literacy and responsible use of AI tools among teachers, students, and administrators

  • Exploring emerging trends and innovations in AI-driven education technologies
  • Engaging in discussions on the future role of AI in shaping the academic landscape
  • Collaborative brainstorming sessions on potential applications of AI tools in addressing educational challenges


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1. ELIGIBILITY: In order to be eligible to participate in TNEG programs, you must:
a. Have good command of English;
b. Be in good financial standing to pay for the course;
c. Be in good academic standing;
Please note that we do not have any age or geographical limits for the applicants. A person of any age from any country is welcome to apply for the program.
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a. Ability to be flexible and adapt to new, unexpected circumstances as they occur. Navigate independently and/or appropriately in a new and /or unfamiliar environment. (Ex: live in a host dorm; use urban/rural public transportation systems).
b. Ability to be responsible for all known personal medical and psychological needs prior to participation in the program.
c. Ability to respect the host culture and its different language, values, customs, and belief systems.
d. Ability to respect people living with you as well as your neighbors, if living in an accommodation provided by TNEG. It is not allowed to make any kind of noise after 10pm, included but not limited to speaking on the phone loudly. If participant makes noise after 10 pm, he or she may be asked to leave the accommodation.


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Option 1
1st instalment: You pay 50% of the course fee. Then we send you a visa invitation from the organization that you use to apply for a visa. 2nd instalment: You pay the remaining 50% of the course fee within 5 business days after receiving a visa.
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Visa invitation from the organization
The official visa invitation from the Municipality of Amsterdam confirming the invitation and supporting your visa application process
Proof of payment that can be included in your visa application package to confirm your financial sufficiency
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