Artificial Intelligence in Education: A Threat or a Tool in Teaching (79202)

Session Information: Education Policy & Education Development
Session Chair: Cristie Ann Jaca

Thursday, 28 March 2024 14:20
Session: Session 3
Room: Room 603
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

The exponential rise in the use of artificial intelligence in the delivery of instruction has challenged the academic landscape and provided implications for teaching and learning. Artificial intelligence (AI) practices among university teachers affect the educational landscape and become one of the emerging issues in higher education. This paper looked into the state university teachers’ views and usage of artificial intelligence in the classroom. Using mixed-method research design, a researcher-made survey questionnaire solicited the teachers’ experiences with the use and non-use of artificial intelligence in their teaching practice. A purposive random sampling technique was used in choosing the thirty university teachers as the research respondents. As such, in the quantitative data, the teachers’ use of AI-powered educational technology in the classroom was identified. For the qualitative data, advantages and disadvantages of the use of AI based on the teachers’ experiences were analyzed using Braun and Clarke’s six-step data analysis. The study found that teachers use educational games, educational chatbots, and YouTube videos in their classes. The advantages of using AI include personalized learning, having virtual assistants, and streamlining teaching and learning. However, AI also has its disadvantages, as it limits human interaction and empathy, which are essential in the teaching and learning process. The findings offer pedagogical implications and recommendations on how artificial intelligence can help teachers provide personalized learning experiences for their students. In conclusion, AI helped improve students’ learning outcomes through personalized learning and provided teachers with efficient instructional delivery as it streamlined the teaching and learning process.

Cristie Ann Jaca, Cebu Technological University, Philippines

About the Presenter(s)
Dr Cristie Ann Jaca is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Cebu Technological University in Philippines

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