A teacher gives us a closer look of what it’s like to review an artificial intelligence tool for use in the classroom and give feedback to a developer about it.
Category Archives: Written by: Sarah Hampton
Reflections on the AI and Learning Environments Webinar: Classroom Orchestration
This post explores AI systems helping students directly and teachers coordinating the learning environment in the context of the AI and Learning Environments Webinar.
Educator Spotlight: Marni Landry
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.
Reflections on the AI and Learning Environments Webinar: Things to Consider When Making Purchasing and/or Adoption Decisions for AI Tools
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.
Learning from Gaming
Learn how pedagogy comes into play when incorporating educational games.
Pedagogy Really Matters
We all use pedagogies every day, but it may be something we do unintentionally. This is the first of a series of posts and is a little about math and a lot about pedagogy.
AI and Formative Assessment
In this post, we explore why AI is well-suited for formative assessment.We are still at the beginning of our conversation around AI in Education. What do you think? Do the possible benefits excite you? Do the possible risks concern you?
Three Visionary Projects Using AI in Education
One of my favorite things about our Summer of AI is learning about cyberlearning projects and how they might benefit future students. In this post, I want to showcase three projects that caught my attention because they use AI in different ways and for different ages. When we began in June, I was thinking AI might be mostly about robots in STEM classes or general AIs like Siri or Alexa.