ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENT AND SCIENCE TEACHING

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Gamonchanok Phoonsawat
Rungnapha Wanpeng
Sasatorn Homsai
Pongprapan Pongsophon

Abstract

The current society has been facing social disruptive problems that affects human life. The disruption due to development of human innovation is increasing rapidly. It is undeniable that artificial intelligent (AI) is a functional machine that has a multi-skill, deep-learning, understanding, and learning how to acquire and solve problems. The four types of AI are 1) Systems that think like humans 2) Systems that act like humans 3) Systems that think rationally and 4) System that act rationally. AI has been developed and played a great role for daily life and it shows the nature of technology in terms of change. Teacher has to bring technology to change to make our world a better place and improve things for what human needs. In Education 4.0., teachers also use AI to develop educational applications for students and help them to achieve equal education and simple communication between teachers and students. For science, in Thailand’s curriculum, science and technology are combined together.  The introduction of this modern technology is continually evolving which improves teachers to adapt their pedagogy, methodology and teaching methods.
As a teacher, he/she must develop himself/herself to keep up with the changes in the era of technology which enables them to choose and apply technology for both work and teaching management appropriately. They must also teach students how to use technology effectively and they must also learn to use technology especially in AI which is a good tool that teacher can use in teaching because in the future technology especially AI can help students effectively in learning.

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Phoonsawat ก., Wanpeng ร. ., Homsai ศ. ., & Pongsophon พ. . (2022). ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENT AND SCIENCE TEACHING. Journal of Industrial Education, 21(1), C1-C8. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/247141
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