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|Title:||Engaging Youth in Envisioning Artificial Intelligence in Classrooms: Lessons Learned|
|Authors:||Chang, Michael Alan|
Philip, Thomas M.
Penuel, William R.
participatory design research
|Publisher:||Digital Promise and the International Society of the Learning Sciences|
|Abstract:||As an essential activity toward responsible innovation (Stilgoe et. al, 2013), the NSF National Institute for Student-AI Teaming (iSAT) conducted a 5-day interactive summer workshop with high-school-age youth. Youth named and explored their hopes and concerns about the use of artificial intelligence to support collaboration in classroom environments. We share the findings from this workshop and describe their implications for the design of AI classroom technologies.|
|Appears in Collections:||Workshop Outcomes|
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