What is Project Turing?

What is Project Turing?

A complete toolbox to enable educators to facilitate ​Project Based Learning and integrate Artificial Intelligence into the curriculum.​ Providing educators with everything they need to deliver ​Artificial Intelligence lessons no matter their subject or pre-existing skillset.​

Three distinct professional development modules:

  • Delivering effective remote and hybrid lessons.​
  • How to integrate Project Based Learning.​
  • Including Artificial Intelligence lessons in your subject delivery. ​

Project Turing Timeline

21 Jan. 2021 – Project Launch

1 Feb. 2021 – Pilot Sessions Begin

8 Mar. 2021 – Educator Training Sessions Commence

16 Apr. 2021 – West Midlands Competition Launch

19 Apr. 2021 – Student ambassador programme launch

21 May 2021 – Microsoft Imagine Cup Junior submission deadline

11 Jun. 2021 – Project Turing West Midlands competition submission deadline

29 Jun. 2021 – Certificates and Prizegiving

30 Jun. 2021 – Project Concludes

The Three Professional Development modules of Project Turing

Remote/Hybrid Lesson Delivery

Project Based Learning

Project Based Learning

Cross Curricula AI Lesson Delivery

Each Professional Development Module includes:

  • A live online training event delivered by a Microsoft Expert Educator with a recording of the event made available for review
  • A self-paced online training course, produced by educators for educators, with automated certification of completion.
  • A.I. module only – complete set of lesson plans, teacher presentations, and student resources, allowing for future delivery the A.I. content.

Competitions

Concludes with a West Midlands wide competition (Eligible for submission to the Microsoft Imagine Cup Junior) and a student ambassador program.​

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