“Train the Trainer”: AI in the classroom
How do I teach the topic of AI?
How can I talk about artificial intelligence (AI) with students in class and reflect on AI critically and ethically? What free materials are available and how can I use them?
As supporting material for the AI short story competition Cyber Stories, the teaching unit “Artificial Intelligence – what is it anyway and what does it have to do with me?” was created, which can be implemented both via an e-learning course and without Internet access. In the workshop, Tabea Berberena, scientific coordinator of the RISING teaching and learning forum at the University of Stuttgart, will give an overview of the free teaching material and how to implement it in the classroom, in line with the motto “Train the Trainer”.
The target group is teachers from all disciplines and people from extracurricular youth education who would like to learn about AI and how to implement the topic in lessons or workshops. Previous knowledge about AI is not necessary. The workshop will be in German.
You can choose one of the following three dates for the workshop:
- March 26, 2022, 10:30–11:30 CET
- March 30, 2022, 17:00–18:00 CET
- April 07, 2022, 18:00–19:00 CET
The workshop is free of charge.
You can register until March 24, 2022 via E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write your name, your school or institution and the date on which want to participate the workshop.
The material supports teachers who would like to participate in the Cyber Storys short story competition with their school classes. More information about Cyber Storys will follow soon.
An event offered by the Stuttgarter Research Focus Interchange Forum for Reflecting on Intelligent Systems SRF IRIS in cooperation with Cyber Valley and the Landeszentrale für politische Bildung Baden-Württemberg.