Once the stuff of science fiction, artificial intelligence tools are now even used by our youngest learners. But as AI instruction for young elementary students grows, there is a need for educators who can provide it in thoughtful, engaging and play-based ways – often unplugged.
Spend the morning learning about artificial intelligence and participating in accessible and fun activities designed or inspired by Carnegie Mellon University, the International Society for Technology in Education and other experts in the field. Then plan and practice your own plugged or unplugged AI-inspired lessons.
Act 48 credits available.