Using Artificial Intelligence in Education


  • Vasyl Shuliar Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Director of Mykolaiv In-Service Teachers Training Institute, Associate Professor of Department of Theory and Methods of Language, Literature, Art and Aesthetic Education,Mykolaiv In-Service Teachers Training Institute
  • Valentyna Shkurko Candidate of Art History, Senior Teacher of the Desing Department,Municipal Institution of Higher Education" Khortytsia National Education and Rehabilitational Academy" of Zaporizhzhia Regional Council
  • Tetiana Polukhtovych Candidate of Science in Pedagogy, Docent of  the Department of Socio- Humanitarian Technologies, Lutsk National Technical University
  • Yuliia Semeniako Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Department of Preschool Education,Berdyansk State Pedagogical University
  • Liudmyla Shanaieva-Tsymbal Candidate of Public Administration, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Department of English Philology,National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
  • Lesіa Кoltok Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor  at the Department of Pedagogy and Methods of Primary Education,Drohobych Ivan Franko State Pedagogical University



Use, priorities, technologies, functions, tools, methods, implementation


The article discusses e-learning tools as a fundamental step in implementing digital learning technologies as a factor in the development of teachers’ creativity today. Recently, higher education has been developing with the help of digital technologies that significantly enhance education quality. The integration of complex software-hardware systems into the educational process lies in incorporating big data analytics, robotics, neural networks and artificial intelligence. The objectives of reforming the educational system require corresponding changes in teaching methods, as well as in higher education, through informatization and digitalization. This has led to the emergence of open education which allows for unrestricted access to educational resources. Open education also contributes to the development of digital pedagogy. Indeed, every student can choose an optimal educational programme to follow a personalized learning trajectory online which considers one’s characteristics and interests. After all, the development of digital pedagogy requires addressing various organizational, methodical and practical issues. They range from implementing digital learning technologies in the context of open education and culminating in the creation of a long-term strategic plan that will gradually transform the educational process and, in turn, encourage teachers to think creatively.


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How to Cite

Shuliar, V., Shkurko, V., Polukhtovych, T., Semeniako, Y., Shanaieva-Tsymbal, L., & Кoltok L. (2023). Using Artificial Intelligence in Education. BRAIN. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience, 14(3), 516-529.

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