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How to Teach AI to K-12: Teacher PD Session 1

Dr.Nisha Talagala | Dr.Amit Gupta | Aliya Scott

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How to Teach AI to K-12: Teacher PD Session 1
How to Teach AI to K-12: Teacher PD Session 1

Time & Location

Apr 21, 2022, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM PDT

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About the event

Want to learn how to bring AI into your classroom? Learn from our experiences of teaching over 3000 K-12 students!

This Professional Development Workshop will show you how Artificial Intelligence curriculums can be implemented in classrooms, in conjuction with the various coding and math levels of different grades. With several hands on exercises - you will build and explore AI and complete fun exercises which you can then do in your classroom!

What will we learn about AI?

  • What is AI?
  • Different types of AI
  • How to build an AI to detect our mood
  • How to use AI to create art
  • How to build an AI to detect animals from pictures
  • AI Ethics and why it matters

What will we learn about teaching AI?

  • How AI can be taught in K-12
  • Topics and curriculums for different grade levels (grades 4-12)
  • Alignment with math curriculum
  • Role of coding and computer science
  • Practice exercises for hands-on teacher learning

Each teacher who completes one of the training sessions will get a Professional Development Certificate from AIClub

Teachers will also get a list of free resources to learn more about AI, and exercises to do in their class.

This introductory PD session is suitable for any teacher who wants to learn more about AI.

Our Trainers:

Our session trainers are Dr Nisha Talagala, Dr Amit Gupta and Aliya Scott.

  • Dr Talagala is a computer scientist who has taught kids AI for the past 3 years
  • Dr Gupta is also a computer engineer. He has taught many kids coding across middle school and high school.
  • Ms Scott is a Middle School teacher who has taught AI to both middle school and elementary school students.

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