How to Teach AI in the Classroom

Michelle Zimmerman, author of Teaching AI: Exploring New Frontiers for Learning, talks about Artificial Intelligence and what we should be teaching kids in our classrooms today.

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Listen to Michelle Zimmerman on the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

Michelle Zimmerman's Bio as Submitted

Michelle Zimmerman, author of “Teaching AI:Teaching AI: Exploring New Frontiers for Learning” received her Ph.D. in Learning Sciences and Human Development from the University of Washington.

As a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, she is a third year Microsoft MVP for global impact. With 18 years in the classroom (PreK-10th), her students gained international recognition through global school visits hosting Ministries of Education and Delegates at Renton Prep from over 16 countries including China, Pakistan, Serbia, UK, Japan, and South Africa. She co-designed Renton Prep and is part of the leadership team.

Renton Prep has won multiple awards including FETC STEM Excellence. She and her students have presented at educational technology conferences nationally and internationally, such as Macmillan and Scientific American STEM Summit at New York Academy of Medicine and New York Academy of Sciences, SXSWEdu, ISTE, FETC, NCCE, TCEA, iNACOL, American Education Research Association, CARNET in Croatia and BETT in London. She is published in Springer's International Human-Computer Interaction Series and press such as VentureBeat and Vecernji list in Croatia.

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