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2019 AAAI Fall Symposium

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Teaching AI in K-12 Symposium

Dates: Friday November 8 and Saturday, November 9, 2019.

Location: The Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Virginia.

Click here for Final Program

Web site: http://symposium.AI4K12.org

Featured speakers: Our keynote speaker is Hal Abelson (MIT). Other speakers include Miles Berry, Blakely Hoffman, Sarah Judd, Kathi Fisler, Ning Wang & James Lester, and Tom Yeh.

Registration and Attendee Information

  • Symposium registration is now closed: we're full! (old registration link)
    • Special rate for current K-12 teachers: you can register at the "student member" rate of $225.
  • Registration deadline is October 11, 2019.
  • For room reservations at the Westin Arlington Gateway, click here
  • Additional registration and logistics information for attendees: click here
  • See the AAAI Fall Symposium series web site for more program information.
  • AAAI has a professional code of conduct for all its events and conferences, including this symposium.

Submission Information

  • Submissions may be full papers (6-8 pages), extended abstracts (2 pages), or lightning talks (1 page summary).
  • Submission deadline is August 2, 2019, via EasyChair.
  • See the AAAI Author Kit for paper templates you can use.
  • Decisions will be announced by August 16.

Organizing Committee

The symposium is organized by the AI4K12 Initiative, led by:

  • David Touretzky, Carnegie Mellon University (chair)
  • Christina Gardner-McCune, University of Florida (co-chair)
  • Fred Martin, University of Masachusetts Lowell, past CSTA board chair
  • Deborah Seehorn, CSTA


This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DRL-1846073. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Travel awards for K-12 teachers were made possible by a gift from the Artificial Intelligence Journal, published by Elsevier.