Smart Software Technologies and Their Role in Teaching and Learning

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Abir Ghenaiet https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1512-8034

Abstract

For more than thirty years, computers have been used in the field of education and computer-based training and computer-aided instruction which are among the first systems representing attempts to artificial intelligence assisted teaching. These systems were not dedicated to the individual needs of the learner, but rather decisions were made on a larger scale. Pre-planned forms for teach governed students, their capabilities were not taken into account while implementing technologies.
Although the Computer-based Training and Computer Aided Instruction computer- based training systems are efficient in assisting learners, they do not provide individualized attention to the student as a natural (human) teacher does. In order for the computer-based educational system to offer such interest, the system must think in both the specialized field and the leaners themselves. This study explores research in the field of building intelligent learning systems; These systems provide flexibility in presenting the scientific material along with a greater ability to respond to the needs of students, and these systems acquire the characteristic of intelligence through their ability to present educational decisions on how the learning process is going through while gaining information about the personality of the learner, providing a great deal of diversity through Changing the system's interactions with the student. This article analyses field studies supporting smart learning systems as highly effective tools for pedagogical development.
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, intelligent learning systems, education, technologies .

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Ghenaiet, A. (2021). Smart Software Technologies and Their Role in Teaching and Learning. International Journal of Pedagogical Advances in Technology-Mediated Education, 2(1), 46 - 53. Retrieved from http://patme-journal.iatels.com/index.php/patme/article/view/22
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Author Biography

Abir Ghenaiet, Islamic American University of Minnesota, USA – Senegal Branch

Abir Ghenaiet (M.ed)

Title: Teacher; MERLOT Reviewer: World Languages. Primary Discipline: Education. Social Media Connections

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