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Artificial Intelligence

  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE is a branch of computer science that focuses on making machines capable of performing tasks that usually require human intelligence, such as reasoning, solving problems, making decisions, perceiving the world, making meaning, and learning from experience.
    - ISTE & IBM AI Foundations

     

    Office Hours Extended

    All students 13 years and up must complete the mandatory "Digital Citizenship in the Age of AI" Schoology course and sign the Responsible Use Policy (RUP).

    To assist you in this process, office hours are in place on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 3:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. for support.

     

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    Digital Citizenship in the Age of AI - Mandatory 13 and Up Schoology Course - Office Hours

RUP and “Digital Citizenship in the Age of AI” Schoology Course Information

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Communications

Job Aides | Facilitators Guide

Policy Development

  • [BUL-151113.0] Guidelines for the Authorized Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for District Employees, Students, and Associated Persons
  • [BUL-999.15] Responsible Use Policy (RUP) for District Computer and Network Systems (October 2023)
  • [BUL999.15-Spanish] Responsible Use Policy (RUP) for District Computer and Network Systems - Spanish

Professional Learning & Training

AI 4 Part Learning Foundations (Since 2020)

This is a professional learning opportunity whereby teachers will gain an understanding of Artificial Intelligence ( AI), and learn implementation strategies for the classroom.

This will be a 3-part course, 6 hours synchronous and 6 hours asynchronous, progressing from introductory to advanced.

  • Part 1: Introducing Artificial Intelligence
    Learners will gain an understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI), engage in activities to introduce AI concepts and reflect on the implications of Artificial Intelligence in regards to ethics, access and equity for all.
    (2 hours synchronous | 2 hours asynchronous)

  • Part 2: Exploring Artificial Intelligence
    Learners will explore and integrate artificial intelligence (AI) in K-12 education.
    (2 hours synchronous | 2 hours asynchronous)

  • Part 3: Teaching Artificial Intelligence
    Learners will explore dynamic media products within a simulated learning environment, deep dive into the impacts of applications, and plan for the classroom integration of AI and how resources may be curated. Based on the concepts of ethics, access, and equity learned in the first session, we will build upon these foundational practices defined by ISTE and various learning platforms.
    (2 hours synchronous | 2 hours asynchronous)

  • Part 4: Experiential Learning in the Metaverse
    Learners will focus on implications of emerging technologies in PK-12 classrooms such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual Reality (VR), Metaverse and Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs).
    (4 hours synchronous)

Teacher Summer PD: English Language Arts (2023)

Principal Leadership Institute: AI in Education (2023)

2023-2024 Offerings

Task Force

Meeting Dates:
  • Tuesday, September 19, 2023
  • Monday, October 23, 2023, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, November 16, 2023, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Monday, December 11, 2023, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Meeting Material

AI Task Force Members

Internal: 27

  • Frances Baez, Chief Academic Officer
  • Cynthia Braley, Principal Coldwater Canyon ES
  • Dominic Caguioa, ITI Coordinator
  • Mary Lu Camacho, ITS
  • Blanca Cruz, Principal, Edward R Roybal Learning Center
  • Gabriel Duran, Principal MaCES
  • Allison Jonas, ITI Coordinator
  • Soheil Katal, Chief Information Officer
  • Sophia Mendoza, ITI Director
  • Sean Teer, Principal, Downtown Business Magnet
  • Maria Camarena, Teacher
  • Jaime Choi, Teacher
  • Laura Escamilla Mc Cutcheon, Teacher
  • Yisel Meza, Teacher
  • William Page, Teacher
  • Anabel Perez, Teacher
  • Rhoya Prudhomme, Teacher
  • Augustin Sarmiento, Teacher
  • Skye Tooley, Teacher
  • Maria Yniguez, Teacher
  • Lupe Torres, Teacher
  • Stacy Yakimowich, Teacher
  • Antionieta Garcia, Parent
  • Raquel Toscan, Parent
  • Daniel Friedlander, Student
  • Leo Kahlenberg, Student
  • Jessica Moreno Tirado, Student

External: 6

  • Dr. Amy Eguchi, UCSD
  • Alex Kotran, AI Edu Project
  • Tara Nattrass, ISTE
  • Pam Vachatimanont, Code.org
  • Sidnie Davis, Google Edu
  • Christian Pinedo, AI Edu Project