Ken Holstein is a PhD candidate in in Carnegie Mellon’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII), and a fellow of the PIER Program in Interdisciplinary Education Research.

In his research he explores the evolving roles of teachers as AI increasingly enters K-12 classrooms, and investigates how human and AI instruction might most effectively be combined. He works closely with K-12 teachers in the Pittsburgh area to co-design and evaluate AI systems that augment and amplify K-12 teachers’ abilities, instead of trying to replace them.

In evaluating new human-AI partnerships in real-world educational contexts (e.g., K-12 classrooms), his research explores the impacts of such partnerships on learning, motivation, trust, and fairness/equity.

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