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Code.org, ETS, ISTE and Khan Academy are partnering to bring educators a professional learning series that supports teachers as they adapt to AI’s impacts on the classroom.
This is a free, foundational online learning series for any teacher and educator interested in the groundbreaking world of artificial intelligence (AI) and its transformative potential in education. Partners Code.org, ETS, ISTE and Khan Academy are offering engaging sessions with renowned experts that will demystify AI, explore responsible implementation, address bias, and showcase how AI-powered learning can revolutionize student outcomes. Join us on this journey of exploration and empowerment, and unlock the future of teaching with and about AI.Explore sessions
All the resources you need in one place! Explore our curriculum offerings, professional learning courses, and video series designed for you and your students.
Explore the different AI curriculum offerings which meet diverse classroom needs.
Grade Levels: 9-12
This post-AP® CSA module offers high school students hands-on experience with professional software development tools.
Duration: 5+ hours
Grade Levels: 6-12
These lessons supplement the How AI Works video series. Each lesson is paired with a single video from the series, diving-deeper into the concepts introduced in the videos.
Duration: 8 hours
Grade Levels: 6-12
Explore how computers learn from data. Develop machine learning projects around real-world data. Design a machine learning app to solve a personally relevant problem.
Duration: 20 hours
Grade Levels: 5-12
Reflect on the ethical implications of AI, then work together to create an "AI Code of Ethics" resource for AI creators and legislators everywhere.
Duration: 1 hour
Grade Levels: 3-12
Help A.I. clean the oceans by training it to detect trash! Learn about training data and bias, and how AI can address world problems.
Duration: 1 hour
My students learned that they don't have to just be consumers when it comes to technological advances that they are experiencing on almost a daily basis. They can actually be creators!
This lesson also gave my students the opportunity to see that there is an element of opinion in classification systems. Later, when we started to see how bias can end up in AI, I was able to pull them back and remind them that the data used to train their models was based on choices.
Discover the groundbreaking world of artificial intelligence (AI) and its transformative potential in education with our foundational online learning series for teachers.
Introduction to artificial intelligence and machine learning. Train a machine learning model using AI Lab. and engage with machine learning apps. Consider real-world implications of AI and machine learning.
This series of short videos will introduce you to how artificial intelligence works and why it matters. Then delve into issues like algorithmic bias and the ethics of AI decision-making. Watch the video series below, or check out our How AI Works lessons!
Interested in learning more about AI? Here are some additional resources that can help extend your students' learning.
Go deeper with some of our favorite AI experts! This panel discussion touches on important issues like algorithmic bias and the future of work.
This global AI for Good challenge introduces students to Microsoft's AI for Good initiatives, empowering them to solve a problem in the world with the power of AI.
Supports integration of Artificial Intelligence knowledge throughout K-12. Offer free professional development, webinars, conference presentations, and peer-to-peer learning opportunities.
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