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Teaching AI

Exploring New Frontiers for Learning
Product code: AIBOOK
ISBN: 9781564847058
Published: 2018
Topics: STEM & STEAM, Assistive and adaptive technologies, Robotics, Artificial intelligence
Length: 216 pages

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By Michelle Zimmerman

For many, artificial intelligence, or AI, may seem like a new and possibly overwhelming concept. The reality is that AI is already being applied in industry and, for many of us, in our daily lives as well. A better understanding of AI can help you make informed decisions now that will impact the future of your learners.

This book features:

  • Perspectives from educators and industry experts on how they are using AI.
  • Approaches to teaching about AI, including design thinking, project-based learning and STEM connections.
  • Tools for exploring AI and sharing it with your students.
  • Activities to introduce AI concepts, reflection questions and lesson ideas.


In Teaching AI, you’ll learn what AI is, how it works and how to use it to better prepare students in a world with increased human-computer interaction.

About the Author

Michelle Zimmerman has taught students from ages 3-16. She received her Ph.D. in learning sciences and human development from the College of Education at the University of Washington in Seattle, and her research has been recognized with multiple awards. She currently leads the ongoing re-envisioning at Renton Prep Christian School in Renton, Washington. Microsoft selected Renton Prep as the first K-12 Microsoft Flagship School in the United States in September 2018. Since 2007, Zimmerman has presented around the world for groups including the American Education Research Association, UCLA CRESST, ISTE, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, New York Academy of Sciences and New York Academy of Medicine, as well as at multiple edtech conferences and universities.


"Bringing in the voices of international educators, Zimmerman provides a practical guide to learning about and teaching with AI. Add this one to your list of books to read in 2019." -Tom Vander Ark, Forbes