Comparing Google Gemini’s Drafts

Why? This lesson empowers students to analyze AI-generated text, a skill critical in today’s information-rich world. They learn to identify strengths and limitations, fostering responsible AI use and critical thinking. By comparing and evaluating different AI outputs, students develop information literacy, questioning biases and seeking reliable sources. This equips them to navigate the complexities of […]

What Are Sorting Algorithms?

Why? This sorting algorithm lesson is instrumental in fostering AI literacy among students, providing a foundational understanding of how algorithms operate. Algorithms are a core component of AI, used to organize and process information. By grasping these sorting mechanisms, students gain insights into the inner workings of online platforms, enhancing their comprehension of how content […]

AI and Media Literacy

Why? Because students are exposed to vast amounts of news and information in their daily lives and there is a rising potential for AI-generated content, it’s crucial to understand the nuances and implications of machine-authored news. This lesson enlightens students about the impact of tone on information absorption and helps them discern the authenticity and […]

What do AI Customer Service Bots Do?

Why? This lesson on creating and interacting with chatbots fosters critical thinking and problem-solving skills in students by immersing them in practical AI applications. It empowers students to explore real-world scenarios, understand the complexities of customer support, and enhances their communication and empathy skills. Moreover, it prepares them for the future job market, where AI […]

What Are Decision Tree Algorithms?

Why? This lesson equips students with an understanding of decision-making processes in technology, fostering critical thinking and digital literacy skills essential for navigating an increasingly AI-driven world. By learning about algorithms and decision trees, students gain insights into how everyday technologies make decisions, enhancing their ability to think logically, solve problems, and comprehend the ethical […]

AI and Misinformation: How Hard is it to Get ChatGPT to Lie?

Why? This topic encourages students to critically assess the information provided by AI systems like ChatGPT. It helps them understand that AI, while advanced, is not infallible, and it can be influenced by the data it was trained on or the way questions are posed. Students will learn about the limitations inherent in AI systems. […]

What is Diffusion? AI Image Generators in Action

Why? This activity demonstrates image diffusion with a simulation of  iterative learning, a key concept in both human and artificial intelligence (AI). By simulating the AI process of refining randomness into structured output, it provides a hands-on understanding of complex AI principles. The task encourages critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration, mirroring real-world scenarios and teamwork. […]