Multidisciplinary Resources to Help High School Students Develop AI Literacy

A collaboration of Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education and Institute for Human-Centered AI, Classroom-Ready Resources About AI for Teaching (CRAFT) is a collection of co-designed artificial intelligence (AI) literacyresources for high school teachers, to help students explore, understand, question, and critique AI.

Artificial Intelligence Curriculum for Middle School Students

Since everyone will be impacted by AI in daily life and in the workplaces of the future, all students need to have fundamental knowledge of AI and understand AI’s potential for good and harm. The MIT Media Lab’s DAILy-AI program jumpstarts middle school students’ readiness for AI and gives students the tools they need to prepare for an AI-enabled world.

Exhibit Bringing to Life Ordinary People Who Experienced the American Revolution

American independence was won on the battlefield by brave volunteers willing to sacrifice everything for an ideal, a hope, and the promise of liberty. As tensions mounted across the Thirteen Colonies, the entire Revolutionary Generation was faced with a difficult choice: to pledge loyalty to the Patriot cause and the prospect of a new nation, or to remain loyal to the King as subjects of the British Empire.

Interdisciplinary, Inquiry-based Projects on Migration of Monarch Butterflies

The Monarch Joint Venture (MJV) is a partnership of federal and state agencies, nongovernmental organizations, businesses, and academic programs working together to protect the monarch butterfly migration across the United States. In support of its mission, MJV offers the Monarchs and More curriculum, an interdisciplinary, inquiry-based supplement to classroom science instruction. The curriculum is laid out as four projects that immerse students in the biology and ecology of monarchs and other pollinators.

Science Learning Through Discovery

OpenSciEd creates free NGSS-aligned science materials and professional learning support that empowers educators to inspire all students with the beauty and wonder of science.

Customizable Projects That Reach for the Stars

What does it take to create a colorful image of the Lagoon Nebula? How do telescopes capture the incredible details in objects millions or even billions of light-years away? What can we learn from a beautiful image of a spiral galaxy? These are just a few questions learners can explore on a journey to become an astronomical imager, or astrophotographer.

Science Assessment in a Playful Gaming Environment

Can assessment be more embedded? Can it be more exciting? Or more flexible? In November 2023, the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) unveiled a 3D digital assessment on the Roblox gaming platform that determines how well middle schoolers have learned, and can apply, Newton’s Second Law of Motion.

Curriculum Preparing Students to Flourish in a World with AI

Day of AI provides free hands-on lessons and activities to introduce K–12 students to artificial intelligence (AI) and how it can shape their lives. The curriculum was designed by a team of researchers at MIT RAISE to be taught by educators with little or no technology background.