Dr. Michelle Zimmerman recently published her new book Teaching AI: Exploring New Frontiers for Learning. Her book explores how artificial intelligence (AI) can facilitate communication and storytelling and, thus, learning. Since the book was published Dr. Zimmerman has been presenting at various national and international conferences educating others on the importance of AI in the classroom, among other topics.
Minecraft, more than just a video game. Dr. Michelle Zimmerman discussed the use of Minecraft in the classroom on an online article for CIO.
Dr. Michelle Zimmerman talks about how to teach AI in the classroom on the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast with Vicky Davis.
Radio Interview of Dr. Michelle Zimmerman, where she discusses AI at Education Talk Radio.
Dr. Michelle Zimmerman publishes an article in Language Magazine. Find her article on page 24 of the online magazine.
Microsoft Flagship School Podcasts featuring Dr. Michelle Zimmerman. See the transcript here.
Dr. Michelle Zimmerman presents on AI and humanity at CUC 2018 Conference in Croatia.
Renton Prep strives to provide a well-rounded education to train the leaders of tomorrow. Our curriculum, focused on technology and Christian values, seeks to encourage students to learn to develop their voice and use it in creative ways to contribute to the challenges of our global community. This approach to education and the advantage of being a microschool, has given our school recognition. Thus, being featured in articles that highlight our values and accomplishments. Also, our student involvement in presentations and conferences can attest to our school’s focus on training a student body that uses critical and design thinking and public speaking skills to bring solutions to social challenges.
Renton Prep student Afomeya Hailu was featured in AC&E Magazine Spring, 2019 issue. Click here to download the PDF and read the full article.
Students and faculty present at the Future of Education Technology Conference 2019 in Orlando, FL.
Renton Prep featured in an article about Why Every High School Should Require an AI Course.
11 students present at TechFest Conference 2018 in Tulalip, Washington.