Artificial Intelligence in Education

  • Khalil Alsaadat
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, education, benefits, challenges


The incorporation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into the classroom has the possibilities to develop the way students learn and teachers teach. AI styles and methods can provide students with personalized feedback and recommendations, enabling for a more engaging and productive learning experience. Despite these potential benefits, there are also many challenges attached to incorporating AI into the classroom. This paper discusses the benefits of incorporating AI into the classroom, the challenges that teachers encounter when using AI, and best approaches for effectively integrating AI into the curriculum, content and teaching styles at various level of education.


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How to Cite
Alsaadat, K. (2024). Artificial Intelligence in Education. European Journal of Science, Innovation and Technology, 4(1), 207-215. Retrieved from