This past summer it was announced that my old school, Quest Academy in Palatine, Illinois, would be partnering with Microsoft on a project to launch an artificial intelligence (AI) curriculum. Quest is the first K-8 school to work with Microsoft on such a project as it seeks to offer a “forward-thinking artificial intelligence curriculum,” for its students, according to Annabel Hasty, Quest Academy lower school music teacher and AI instructor.
It’s an exciting development for the school. But long before this leap into AI, Quest had to take steps to better understand how technology could be used effectively in the classroom. And that is a journey of which I was fortunate enough to be part.
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