AI-Driven Learning Analytics in STEM Education




Education, Disciplines, AI in education, STEM education


In recent years, the integration approach of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is called for many disciplines, it also STEM education has paved the way for transformative advancements. This paper provides an example of AI-driven learning analytics within the context of STEM education. It provides a thorough analysis of the AI-driven STEM curriculum and its associated paradigm. Additionally, it highlights the obstacles and possible threats that educators and institutions face when implementing technological innovations in the classroom. The serves as a valuable resource for educators, researchers, and policymakers seeking to harness the power of AI-driven learning analytics to enhance STEM education. The transformative potential of AI is now shaping the future of STEM learning environments while advocating for a responsible and ethical approach to data-driven education. Ethical concerns and moral considerations should be discussed in school AI and STEM education.


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Nuangchalerm, P. (2023). AI-Driven Learning Analytics in STEM Education. International Journal of Research in STEM Education, 5(2), 77–84.



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