MIT is developing an inclusive AI literacy curriculum for middle school. We want to make sure it supports a diversity of learners who have a range of interests & learning needs. We also want to prepare diverse students to be able to take control of AI technologies and become ethical designers and conscientious users. We are looking for educators who are interested in helping us create this curriculum!
There are two ways teachers & informal educators can get involved:
- The MIT CS+AI Literacy Learning Community is a regular online gathering of educators and MIT learning designers interested in digital literacy, computer science, and artificial intelligence education. Within the community, you’ll have opportunities to share, create, and learn with peers who are tinkering with big ideas in education around AI and the future of computing. RSVP for our first gathering Wednesday, January 13 from 5-6:30PM Eastern Time today!
- Join our design team to help shape the emerging curriculum with your expertise as Special Education or Project Based Learning consultants. The positions will be approximately 5 hours per week, including attending design meetings and asynchronous work. You can find the full descriptions at the links below. We will begin reviewing applications in early January; positions will remain open until filled.