AutoAuto, an innovative platform teaching Computer Science and AI using self-driving cars, is ardently aligning its content with the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) K-12 standards. The platform integrates CSTA’s educational vision, while offering hands-on learning experiences and ensuring educators are fully supported, championing a future-ready approach to computer science education.
AutoAuto’s hands-on approach to teaching Python and AI offers a compelling solution for cybersecurity education. Through real-world projects with physical or virtual self-driving cars, students learn about cybersecurity threats and defenses, while teachers can effectively track progress, fostering a skilled, cyber-aware generation.
Renowned educator Rachelle Dené Poth reviews AutoAuto, a revolutionary platform teaching Computer Science and AI from 3rd grade to college using physical and virtual self-driving cars. Poth delves into its features such as auto-graded challenges, project-based learning, and teacher support tools, highlighting how it promotes Python and AI mastery, and effective student progress tracking.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the AutoAuto Autonomous Contests. Now schools have auto-ranked group challenges to easily set contests by the end of a school year, or in regional competitions among the same district schools. In the inaugural phase, we introduced two exhilarating live-coding-challenges: the “AutoAuto Battle” and the “AutoAuto Semi-Autonomous Race”.
Rooz and Joyce discuss the WAICY 2022, a global AI competition involving youth participants from 107 countries. Joyce, the co-founder of AutoAuto, highlights her company’s mission to get children excited about CS and AI. The conversation emphasizes the importance of gradual engagement in STEM to foster interest without intimidation.
STEAM Teacher Rachelle Dené Poth gives a comprehensive guide on integrating AI into classrooms. She shares her experience on how AutoAuto hands-on approach fosters students’ curiosity and skill development in emerging technologies, while empowering teachers to navigate this intricate field. Dive in to discover how AI can revolutionize education!
In the tumultuous backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, schools around the world turned to virtual classrooms. Amidst these, AutoAuto’s distinctive online course stood out on equipping educational institutions by amalgamating Python Programming, AI, and the thrill of Autonomous Virtual Cars, providing a captivating learning platform for the students at home.
Cooper Smallwood harnessed the power of AutoAuto, a mini autonomous car, to compete at the World Artificial Intelligence Competition for Youth (WAICY). His outstanding skills earned him multiple medals in the prestigious international event.
In this inspiring interview with Sarah Horvath from Youth Code Jam, Sarah shares her journey from Elementary Education to teaching Computer Science in San Antonio. With an emphasis on empowering kids in mathematics and computer science, Sarah talks about her experiences teaching Python and using the AutoAuto curriculum. Her enthusiasm for accessible tech education and the importance of fostering creativity and confidence in students shines through.
The 4th industrial revolution is just around the corner, but will the next generation workforce be ready for it? The next generation will face the most rapid changes in jobs ever seen. Even though it is hard to forecast what exactly they will be challenged with […]
Hosted by Dr. Bruce Gearing, Superintendent for Dripping Springs ISD, this video podcast highlights the integration of AutoAuto’s programmable cars at Rooster Springs Elementary. The engaging content showcases fifth-graders’ hands-on experiences and the district’s commitment to technology-driven learning. Teacher insights, student excitement, and a future-oriented approach make this podcast an inspiring testimony to project-based education.