What are the current issues in AI research for education? How can broadening community engagement help us in addressing and mitigating these issues?
Let’s think about our research of the future so we can be more inclusive. Who do we involve, where do we do it, what do we research, why do we do this research, and how do we do it?
Out of school learning is fundamental to providing students with unique and enriching learning experiences. CIRCL projects have brought ambitious mash-ups outside of the classroom.
This post explores AI systems helping students directly and teachers coordinating the learning environment in the context of the AI and Learning Environments Webinar.
Marni has been the K-12 STEM Outreach Manager at Grand Canyon University for three and half years where she spends her time coordinating STEM professional development for teachers and summer camps.
A Critical AI reading list focused on education and efforts to promote equity in the field.
This post discusses a webinar designed to help practitioners, AI researchers, and developers share their perspectives on how artificial intelligence can be used in the classroom.
If an amazing research finding on teaching and learning never sees the light of day, did the research really matter?
Educator CIRCLS hosted a virtual orientation on Thursday, July 15th focused on How to have a good (virtual) convening.
What an expert dreams up, no matter how good, will not make any impact unless the practitioners embrace it and use it for their students.