Beyond Traditional Education: Exploring Personalized Learning with AI – Webinar

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Transcription of our interaction with CLOCK Journey AI.

Design Group Experience

April 23, 2024

Anonymous (Manolo)

Assist me in designing a group experience

CLOCK Journey AI

I’ll be delighted! Please fill out this form to provide details about your group and the type of experience you’re looking for. Once you’ve completed it, upload it back here so I can assist you further.


Participants: Candidate Details

Name: Lucas Age: 14 Descent/Background: Lucas is of mixed heritage (European and Latin American) and was adopted as a young child. He lives in a bustling urban area with his dads. Interests: History buff, particularly ancient civilizations. He’s also passionate about social justice and enjoys lively debate. Special Needs or Requirements: Lucas has ADHD and would learn best with activities that offer regular breaks and chances for hands-on engagement or movement.

Name: Sofia Age: 7 Descent/Background: First-generation American, parents are immigrants from Mexico. Bilingual home (Spanish/English). Interests: Nature lover, loves drawing animals and plants. Very curious about how things work. Special Needs or Requirements: Sofia is a bit shy and may benefit from small group sizes at first. Encouragement to share her observations and questions would be valuable.

Name: Jin Age: 22 Descent/Background: Korean. College student on a pre-med track. Interests: Biology (particularly anatomy), skilled in 3D modeling with computer software, enjoys collaborative projects. Profession (if applicable): Part-time hospital volunteer. Special Needs or Requirements: Jin is seeking real-world experiences in medical settings, or opportunities to teach/mentor younger students in science-related topics.

Tutor Details (if applicable):

Name: Ms. Evelyn Martinez Role: Educator, Science Enrichment Specialist Background/Descent: Latina, former science teacher now specializing in hands-on STEM learning experiences Strengths and Educational Focus: Project-based learning, fostering a sense of wonder and excitement about scientific inquiry, and accessibility (making science fun and relatable).

Parent Details (if applicable):

Name: Mr. Akash Rao Relationship to Participant: Father of Aisha Background/Descent: Indian Expectations and Needs for the Child’s Learning Experience: Wants to nurture Aisha’s love of learning, provide opportunities that push beyond her school curriculum, find ways to connect her interests in science and storytelling.

It 2 weeks long 3 days a week and 2 hours per day

CLOCK Journey AI

Thank you for sharing the detailed information about the participants and their unique backgrounds and needs. Here are three tailored activity suggestions for your group, taking into account their interests and requirements:

1. Ancient Civilizations & Social Justice Forum

Overview: This interactive workshop series combines Lucas’s passion for history with his interest in social justice. Participants will engage in debates and discussions on the societal structures of ancient civilizations and draw parallels to modern social issues, fostering a deeper understanding and critical thinking.


  • Hands-On Archaeology Dig Simulation: Using 3D models and sand pits, participants can experience an archaeological dig, uncovering replicas of artifacts.
  • Debate Sessions: Moderated debates on topics such as “Equality in Ancient vs. Modern Societies,” allowing Lucas to engage actively in his interest areas.
  • Collaborative Mural Project: Participants create a timeline mural depicting the evolution of social justice from ancient times to the present.

Special Adaptations:

  • Regular breaks and activity rotations to cater to Lucas’s ADHD.
  • Small discussion groups to help Sofia gain confidence in expressing her ideas.

2. Nature & Science Exploration Camp

Overview: Focused on experiential learning, this camp allows participants like Sofia to explore the natural world through science. Activities are designed to stimulate curiosity about biology and the environment, integrating arts and practical science.


  • Nature Walks & Sketching: Guided walks to observe local flora and fauna, with stops for Sofia to sketch and discuss her observations.
  • Mini Lab Experiments: Simple, safe experiments related to plants and animals, like examining leaf structures or small aquatic ecosystems.
  • Eco-storytelling: Creating stories based on the day’s findings, integrating Aisha’s interest in storytelling.

Special Adaptations:

  • Encouraging Sofia’s participation in smaller, nurturing groups.
  • Interactive, hands-on learning sessions that involve physical movement and direct engagement.

3. Medical Science Mentorship Program

Overview: Designed around Jin’s medical interests and expertise, this program offers a mentorship opportunity where Jin can guide younger students through basic anatomy and medical science using 3D modeling software and real-world application discussions.


  • 3D Anatomy Workshops: Jin leads sessions on human anatomy using 3D software, showing how different body systems work.
  • ‘Young Doctor’ Role Play: Participants engage in role-playing scenarios that involve diagnosing and treating injuries or illnesses.
  • Community Health Project: Designing a community health initiative that addresses a local health issue, blending Jin’s volunteer experience with practical application.

Special Adaptations:

  • Providing Jin with opportunities to develop teaching skills and engage with real-world medical scenarios.

Additional Features for All Programs:

  • Ms. Evelyn Martinez can lead all science-related activities, ensuring that concepts are accessible and engaging for all ages.
  • Regular Progress Updates for parents like Mr. Akash Rao, showing how the activities align with their children’s interests and educational needs.

Please let me know which experience you’d like to develop further, or if there are any specific elements you’d like to adjust or expand upon!


Please suggest 2 more ideas

CLOCK Journey AI

Certainly! Here are two more tailored activity suggestions that can accommodate the diverse interests and needs of Lucas, Sofia, Jin, and align with the educational expertise of Ms. Evelyn Martinez:

4. Digital Storytelling & Environmental Science Workshop

Overview: This workshop integrates digital storytelling with environmental science, allowing participants to explore environmental issues through the creative use of digital tools. It’s designed to engage Sofia’s artistic interests alongside broader scientific learning, facilitated by Ms. Martinez.


  • Interactive Digital Stories: Participants create interactive stories using digital tools that incorporate environmental themes, guided by Ms. Martinez.
  • Virtual Reality Nature Exploration: Using VR headsets, participants explore different ecosystems, learning about biodiversity and conservation efforts.
  • Environmental Impact Debates: Debates and discussions about environmental policies, encouraging Lucas to engage in social justice perspectives related to environmentalism.

Special Adaptations:

  • Structured sessions with movement breaks and engaging multimedia to accommodate Lucas’s ADHD.
  • Small group activities to gently integrate Sofia into larger group interactions and build her confidence.

5. Interactive Biomedical Workshop

Overview: Focusing on Jin’s background in pre-med and biology, this workshop allows participants to delve into biomedical science through interactive experiments and real-world applications, including mentorship opportunities where Jin can guide younger students.


  • DIY Microscopy: Building simple microscopes and using them to observe everyday items and simple biological specimens.
  • Biomedical Engineering Challenges: Simple engineering challenges, such as designing prosthetics or simple diagnostic tools using everyday materials.
  • Mentor-Led Mini Lectures: Jin can deliver short, engaging lectures on topics like basic first aid, human anatomy, or innovations in medical technology.

Special Adaptations:

  • Providing hands-on, engaging activities that help Lucas focus and participate actively.
  • Encouragement and structured guidance for Sofia to help her engage with the group and express her curiosity.

These workshops are crafted to leverage the strengths and interests of all participants and the tutor, fostering a supportive and enriching educational environment. If one of these experiences catches your interest or if you’d like any modifications, feel free to let me know how you’d like to proceed!


OK thanks you. I really like the Digital Storytelling & Environmental Science Workshop

CLOCK Journey AI

Great choice! The Digital Storytelling & Environmental Science Workshop is a fantastic way to combine creativity with environmental awareness. Here’s a detailed plan to guide the mentors in creating and conducting this experience, with specific roles for each participant:

Digital Storytelling & Environmental Science Workshop Plan

Duration: 2 weeks, 3 days per week, 2 hours per day


To foster a deeper understanding of environmental science through digital storytelling, encouraging creativity and technological fluency while highlighting the importance of conservation and biodiversity.

Week 1: Exploration and Learning

Session 1: Introduction to Environmental Storytelling

  • Activities:
    • Introduction to the workshop’s goals and overview of the schedule.
    • Ice-breaking activities to encourage Sofia to share her interests and for all participants to get comfortable with each other.
    • Short interactive presentation by Ms. Evelyn Martinez on the basics of environmental science and storytelling.

Session 2: Virtual Reality Explorations

  • Activities:
    • Use VR headsets to take virtual tours of diverse ecosystems.
    • Discussion led by Ms. Martinez on the importance of these ecosystems and the current threats they face.
    • Participants, guided by Jin, discuss how technology can aid in conservation efforts.

Session 3: Crafting Your Story

  • Activities:
    • Workshop on using digital tools to create interactive stories, focusing on environmental themes.
    • Lucas and Sofia brainstorm and outline their stories with support from Ms. Martinez, ensuring Sofia’s ideas are heard and valued.

Week 2: Story Development and Presentation

Session 4: Digital Story Development

  • Activities:
    • Participants use digital art tools to create visual elements for their stories. Sofia can draw animals and plants, integrating her artwork into her digital story.
    • Jin can help incorporate scientific facts into the stories, ensuring accuracy and depth.

Session 5: Rehearsal and Peer Feedback

  • Activities:
    • Participants present their stories to the group for feedback.
    • Ms. Martinez facilitates a constructive feedback session, with special emphasis on encouraging Sofia’s participation and feedback.

Session 6: Final Presentation and Reflection

  • Activities:
    • Final presentation of digital stories to a broader audience, including parents and other classes.
    • Reflection session where participants discuss what they learned and how they can apply this knowledge in their daily lives.
    • Award ceremony recognizing each participant’s contribution, with digital badges for creativity, scientific understanding, and teamwork.

Materials Needed:

  • Computers with internet access and digital storytelling software.
  • VR headsets for ecosystem exploration.
  • Art supplies for storyboard sketching.
  • Digital cameras or smartphones for capturing images if needed.

Roles for Educators and Mentors:

  • Ms. Evelyn Martinez: Oversee all educational content, ensure scientific accuracy, and maintain an engaging learning environment. Lead discussions on environmental issues.
  • Jin: Act as a mentor, especially in guiding the use of digital tools and integrating scientific content into stories.
  • Lucas: Lead some discussions, applying his debate skills to environmental issues, helping to make sessions dynamic and engaging.

By following this detailed guide, the tutors will be able to create an enriching, educational, and enjoyable experience that not only celebrates creativity and science but also instills a deep


can you please provide more details about session 1

CLOCK Journey AI

Certainly! Here’s an expanded plan for Session 1 of the Digital Storytelling & Environmental Science Workshop, focusing on introducing the participants to the themes of the workshop and setting the stage for the sessions to follow:

Session 1: Introduction to Environmental Storytelling

Duration: 2 hours


  • To introduce participants to the workshop’s goals and the intersection of digital storytelling and environmental science.
  • To establish a comfortable and collaborative environment, especially accommodating Sofia’s shyness and Lucas’s need for engagement due to ADHD.
  • To lay the foundational knowledge of environmental science that will be built upon in later sessions.

Activities Breakdown:

1. Welcome and Ice-Breaker (30 minutes)

  • Activity: “Environmental Bingo”
    • Description: A bingo game featuring common environmental terms and icons. This game is designed to break the ice among participants and start conversations about environmental topics in a fun, interactive way.
    • Goal: To get participants comfortable with each other and excited about the topics. This activity also helps Sofia to engage in a low-pressure setting where she can participate without being the center of attention.

2. Workshop Introduction (15 minutes)

  • Activity: Interactive Presentation
    • Description: Ms. Evelyn Martinez presents the goals of the workshop, outlines the schedule, and introduces the concepts of digital storytelling intertwined with environmental science.
    • Goal: To ensure all participants, including Lucas, understand the structure and expectations of the workshop. The presentation includes visual aids and short engaging videos about environmental storytelling to capture the group’s interest and cater to diverse learning preferences.

3. Exploring Environmental Themes (30 minutes)

  • Activity: Group Discussion and Mind Mapping
    • Description: Participants are invited to discuss what they know about environmental science and which aspects they find most intriguing. Using a digital whiteboard, the group collaboratively creates a mind map of environmental themes (like biodiversity, conservation, pollution).
    • Goal: To activate prior knowledge and identify areas of interest. This discussion encourages Lucas to engage actively and allows Sofia to contribute her observations in a visually supported format, easing her into group interactions.

4. Introduction to Digital Storytelling (30 minutes)

  • Activity: Demonstration and Hands-On Trial
    • Description: A brief demo on how digital storytelling tools can be used to convey environmental messages. Participants then get a chance to try these tools hands-on, creating a simple one-slide story about an environmental issue discussed earlier.
    • Goal: To familiarize participants with the tools they will be using throughout the workshop. This activity is particularly designed to provide hands-on interaction, keeping Lucas engaged and providing Sofia with a tactile and visual way to express her thoughts.

5. Wrap-Up and Homework Assignment (15 minutes)

  • Activity: Reflective Journaling and Research Task
    • Description: Participants are asked to write a short entry in a digital journal about their expectations for the workshop and any particular topics they are excited to explore. They are also given a simple research task to find an interesting environmental story or fact to share in the next session.
    • Goal: To consolidate learning from the first session and prepare for deeper engagement in upcoming sessions. This task encourages participants to take initiative and come prepared with content that can spark further discussion and learning.

Additional Considerations:

  • Breaks: Short breaks are incorporated between activities to help manage Lucas’s ADHD and keep all participants refreshed.
  • Supportive Environment: Encouraging and supportive feedback from Ms. Martinez and gentle encouragement for Sofia to share her thoughts during the group activities.

This detailed first session is crafted to ensure a strong start to the workshop, building a foundation of comfort and interest that will support the more complex activities planned for subsequent sessions.


can you rate 1 to 100 how challenging and fun is this workshop for each of the candidates

CLOCK Journey AI

To effectively rate the challenge and fun levels of the Digital Storytelling & Environmental Science Workshop for each candidate, let’s consider their interests, needs, and educational background:

Lucas (Age: 14)

  • Interests: History buff, passionate about ancient civilizations and social justice, enjoys debates.
  • Special Needs: ADHD, benefits from activities with regular breaks and hands-on or movement opportunities.

Challenge Level: 70/100

  • Lucas might find the environmental focus slightly outside his usual interest in history, but the challenge of integrating social justice into environmental issues could be intellectually stimulating.
  • The need to focus during digital storytelling sessions might be moderately challenging given his ADHD, but the active and varied nature of the sessions should help.

Fun Level: 85/100

  • The interactive nature of the workshop, including games like Environmental Bingo and hands-on digital storytelling, should be highly engaging and fun for Lucas.
  • Engaging in debates and discussions about social justice elements tied to environmental issues will likely keep him motivated and interested.

Sofia (Age: 7)

  • Interests: Loves nature, drawing animals and plants, curious about how things work.
  • Special Needs: Shy, benefits from small group sizes and encouragement to participate.

Challenge Level: 60/100

  • While the subject matter aligns well with her interests, making it less challenging, her shyness might make the interactive and group-based activities more challenging at first.
  • Gradual engagement and supportive encouragement will be key to helping her overcome initial hesitations.

Fun Level: 90/100

  • The workshop’s focus on nature and the incorporation of drawing and other visual elements directly caters to her interests, which should make the experience very enjoyable.
  • The tactile and visual activities, like sketching during nature walks and using digital tools to create stories, will align well with her ways of learning and engaging.

Jin (Age: 22)

  • Interests: Biology, particularly anatomy, enjoys collaborative projects, skilled in 3D modeling.
  • Profession: Part-time hospital volunteer, pre-med student.

Challenge Level: 50/100

  • The content might be less challenging since it may not be directly aligned with his advanced study areas or his focus on anatomy and medicine.
  • However, the opportunity to mentor younger students and integrate his knowledge of biology into environmental stories could provide a good challenge.

Fun Level: 75/100

  • While the workshop might not directly align with his specific academic interests, the chance to lead and mentor could be rewarding and enjoyable.
  • His skill in 3D modeling could be creatively applied in digital storytelling, providing a fun way to engage with the content.

Overall, the workshop aims to balance challenge and enjoyment by aligning activities closely with each participant’s interests and educational needs, ensuring that each person can find both rewarding challenges and fun elements in the experience.


ok thank you, I’d like to make Jin experience more challenging. Please take it to level 75

CLOCK Journey AI

To elevate the challenge level for Jin in the Digital Storytelling & Environmental Science Workshop, we can incorporate elements that better align with his academic interests and professional aspirations in medicine and biology. Here’s how we can adjust the workshop to reach a challenge level of 75/100 for Jin:

Enhanced Activities for Jin:

1. Advanced Scientific Content Integration

  • Activity: Biomedical Applications of Environmental Studies
    • Description: Introduce sessions where Jin can explore and discuss the intersections of environmental science and human health, such as the impact of pollutants on human biology or the medicinal properties of plants.
    • Challenge: Research and prepare presentations that link environmental issues with human biological systems, using credible scientific sources.

2. Leadership in Collaborative Research Projects

  • Activity: Leading a Small Research Team
    • Description: Jin leads a small team, possibly including Lucas and Sofia, in a project that investigates a local environmental health issue. This could involve field research, data collection, and analysis.
    • Challenge: Managing the project, synthesizing information, and ensuring that the research is scientifically rigorous. This leadership role would push him to apply his knowledge practically and mentor younger participants.

3. Development and Facilitation of Workshop Segments

  • Activity: Mentor-Led Interactive Learning Modules
    • Description: Jin designs and facilitates interactive learning modules that use 3D modeling to teach participants about ecological systems and their relevance to human health.
    • Challenge: Creating engaging and scientifically accurate content that is accessible to younger learners, which requires a deep understanding of the subject matter and effective communication skills.

4. Capstone Presentation at Workshop Conclusion

  • Activity: Scientific Symposium-style Presentation
    • Description: Jin prepares a capstone presentation, similar to a symposium talk, where he discusses the findings from his research project or provides an in-depth analysis of a relevant topic at the intersection of environmental science and biology.
    • Challenge: Delivering a detailed, engaging, and scientifically sound presentation to an audience that includes both peers and possibly professionals from related fields.

Supporting Jin’s Enhanced Role:

  • Mentorship from Professionals: Arrange for occasional mentorship from environmental scientists or biologists who can provide Jin with guidance and feedback on his projects and presentations.
  • Access to Resources: Provide Jin with access to advanced scientific journals, databases, and digital modeling tools that can support his research and presentation preparation.

These enhancements are designed to significantly increase the intellectual and leadership demands on Jin, making his participation in the workshop both more challenging and rewarding. This approach not only aligns with his academic and professional interests but also leverages his skills in a way that contributes to the educational experience of all participants.