Today’s learners need to know what artificial intelligence (AI) is, how it works, how to use it in their everyday lives, and how it could potentially be used in their future. Using AI requires skills and values which extend far beyond simply having knowledge about coding and technology.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Education for TeachersMacquarie University
About this Course
What you will learn
Compare AI with human intelligence, broadly understand how it has evolved since the 1950s, and identify industry applications
Identify and use creative and critical thinking, design thinking, data fluency, and computational thinking as they relate to AI applications
Explain how the development and use of AI requires ethical considerations focusing on fairness, transparency, privacy protection and compliance
Describe how thinking skills embedded in Australian curricula can be used to solve problems where AI has the potential to be part of the solution
Skills you will gain
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Machine Learning
- Thinking Skills
- Ethical Awareness
- Design Thinking
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Knowledge Module: What is AI, History of AI, and Applications of AI
Skills Module - Part A: Design Thinking, and Critical and Creative Thinking
Skills Module — Part B: Data Fluency, and Computational Thinking
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