In this podcast episode, I interview Angela Daniel who works at the MIT Step Lab. In this in-depth interview, Angela discusses AI, deeper learning, and the need for students to think about the nature of the technology itself.
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About Angela Daniel
Angela has been teaching students and designing professional development experiences for faculty and staff in public, private, and Montessori Pk-12 schools for more than two decades. Currently, she is at the MIT Step Lab working with the RAICA team to produce a curriculum for middle school students to explore AI, the ethics surrounding AI, and students’ own power in taking computational action.
She is passionate about creating student-centered, inclusive learning in individual classrooms and whole schools. Equipping coaches and administrators to best support teachers who aim to facilitate deeper learning in their classrooms is her current research focus. Angela holds a BA in English from Rollins College and a MEd in School Leadership from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
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