Getting started with learning about Artificial Intelligence

Summer is always a good opportunity to explore new ideas, particularly ideas for boosting student engagement or perhaps taking some risks with trying something a bit different in our classrooms.

The 2020-2021 school year has definitely been one full of changes and a time when we’ve had to become more flexible in our instruction to adapt to changing learning environments and conditions.

Although it has been challenging, it has also provided a good opportunity for educators to embrace and create new learning experiences and design collaborative learning environments for students. It may have been a year with more technology used than in the past few years for some educators.

As a Spanish and STEAM educator, I always look for innovative ideas or ways to bring emerging technologies into my classes. For my STEAM course, in particular, this year required a bit more exploration to find resources that would be accessible to students regardless of whether they were in virtual or hybrid environments.

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