An Artificial Intelligence Curriculum in Middle School

Dr. Justin Aglio in episode 382 of the 10-Minute Teacher

Dr. Justin Aglio has partnered with Carnegie Mellon and MIT to develop a middle school curriculum teaching Artificial Intelligence. Learn how they did it and what they are teaching in today’s episode.

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Project Pals has a useful classroom collaborative platform that lets you create and manage projects for your students. Right now, my students are creating and managing a project as they are creating a podcast to record powerful stories from the recent storms in our area.
Project Pals connects with Google Classroom but also lets me see detail on which students are contributing and participating. I also love the task board which is a Trello-like Kanban board that let students create, assign, and complete tasks. I will be featuring this tool on my blog and newsletter this week- go to projectpals.com and sign up today.
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Bio of Dr. Justin Aglio as Submitted


Dr. Justin Aglio, a former teacher, and award-winning principal,

is the Director of Academic Achievement and District Innovation at Montour School District. In addition to his duties at Montour, he serves as a Visiting LearnLab Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute in the School of Computer Science, a Getting Smart Columnists, and an Adjunct STEM Professor at California University of Pennsylvania.

Blog: www.justinaglio.com

Twitter: @JustinAglio

 

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