- Dr. Christina Gardner-McCune (Co-Chair)
- Dr. David Touretzky (Chair), Carnegie Mello University
- Dr. Fred Martin, CSTA Chair
- Deborah Seehorn, CSTA Standards Chair
Website & Social Media
In May 2018, the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) and the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) formed a joint working group to develop national guidelines for teaching K-12 students about artificial intelligence. Inspired by CSTA’s national standards for K-12 computing education , the AI for K-12 guidelines will define what students in each grade band should know about artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotics. The working group is also creating an online resource directory where teachers can find AI-related videos, demo software, and activity descriptions they can incorporate into their lesson plans.
- February 2019 – ACM SIG CSE 2019
- Special Session: AI for K-12 Guidelines Initiative
- Birds of a Feather: AI for K-12: Making Room for AI in the K-12 CS Curriculum
- January 2019 – AAAI 2019 – Blue Sky Talk – Envisioning AI for K-12: What should every child know about AI?
- October 20, 2018 – AI for K-12 Symposium – Fall 2018 AAAI Fall Symposium
- July 2018 – AI for K-12 CSTA Breakfast
Peer Reviewed Conference Papers
- David Touretzky, Christina Gardner-McCune, Fred Martin, and Deborah Seehorn. (2019). Blue Sky: Envisioning AI for K-12: What should every child know about AI? Proceedings of AAAI ’19, Jan 27 – February 1, Honolulu, HI. AAAI Press, Palo Alto, California USA
- Christina Gardner-McCune, David Touretzky, Fred Martin, and Deborah Seehorn. (2019) Birds of a Feather: AI for K-12: Making Room for AI in the K-12 CS Curriculum. In SIGCSE ’19: 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. ACM, New York, NY, USA,
- David Touretzky, Fred Martin, Deborah Seehorn, Cynthia Breazeal, and Tess Postner. (2019) Special Session: AI for K-12 Guidelines Initiative. In SIGCSE ’19: 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. ACM, New York, NY, USA,