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Supporting Schools: Maintaining an AI Tools toolkit for educators

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Michigan Virtual's AI Resource Bank offers a curated compilation of websites, articles, podcasts, and tools. Engage with this evolving repository, explore emerging trends, and contribute to the conversation by sharing your own valuable resources for consideration.
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The rapid pace of development and implementation of artificial intelligence technologies can make it difficult to keep up with the latest advances in the field. It can be challenging to stay informed about all of the latest progress, and to know how it might impact teaching, learning, and school operations. Additionally, AI technologies can be complex and difficult to understand and assess their potential benefits and risks.

Despite these challenges, it is important to stay up-to-date on AI developments and commentary. As Michigan Virtual continues to publish resources related to AI, we also want to help stakeholders stay informed by sharing what we’re reading, listening to, and watching. Our AI Resource Bank is a running list of websites, news and research articles, social media and blog posts, tools, and podcast episodes that our own staff have been engaging with and sharing with one another over the last 18 months. Each entry includes a link to the resource, an assigned category, and a short summary. (Interestingly, we used AI tools to produce the summaries, reducing our own work time from hours to minutes.) 

We encourage you to engage with these resources and share them with your colleagues and stakeholders; hopefully you will find valuable insights and useful takeaways for your own work. If you have resources that you’d like us to consider for inclusion in the Resource Bank, please send them our way by emailing [email protected].

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Justin Bruno

Justin Bruno

Justin has 15 years of experience in education, working to innovate and make learning a better experience for those of all ages. He’s worked in research and policy, product management, and as an 8th-grade social studies teacher in his home state of Louisiana. He earned a B.A. and M.A. in education from Louisiana State University as well as a master’s in educational technology from Boise State University. His focus areas include artificial intelligence in education, agile and innovative learning development, adult learning theory, and instructional design.

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