Category: Artificial Intelligence and Adaptive Learning


Use of Artificial Intelligence in Career Guidance: Perspectives of Secondary Guidance Counselor

Choosing the correct academic track and strand is one of the major decisions that a junior high student must make, which can be difficult due to the numerous influences in their environment. It is important to assist these students by using an effective tool to provide them with choices of suitable tracks or strands, as


The Role of Artificial Intelligence in the Development of Teaching Effectiveness: A Tool for Personalization of Learning in Higher Education

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become one of the most important sustainable technology tools today because it offers several advantages for teachers and students that allow them to improve their performance in their academic and professional activities. Through the use of this tool people can automate repetitive tasks and free up time for more meaningful learning.


Learning Science in Service to Students: Applying Artificial Intelligence and Automatic Question Generation to Scale Learn by Doing

Educational technology has undergone rapid changes in recent years as artificial intelligence has begun to shape how data and content are used in student learning resources. However, as new technology is inserted into the learning ecosystem, it is paramount to ensure it is based on learning science research and created with a student-centered learning engineering


An AI-Driven Virtual Teacher That Can Upskill Anyone on a One-to-One Basis Tested From Refugee Camps in Iraq to India

Through AI modeling work done with Otermans Institute, Dev Aditya has built several conversational AI-driven virtual teachers, some as Bots and some using humanlike form through technologies like deepfake, to provide one-to-one teaching and training to some of the most underserved learners in society. His first major humanlike prototype, OI AI, was a virtual teacher


Teachers’ Perceptions to an Online Lexicon “Ġabra” as a Reference for Adults Learning Maltese as a Foreign Language

The employment of PCs and handheld devices for the access of information has become a standard social expectation. This behaviour is now a common norm, especially within student culture. However, this shift towards digitalization in formal educational settings has neither been rapid nor prolific. While reasons can vary, they may include the fact that peoples’