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Tahani Ibrahim El ALI

THE ROLE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN DEVELOPING THE SKILLS OF THE CENTURY THE TWENTY-FIRST AMONG EDUCATIONAL LEADERS IN LIGHT OF SMART DIGITAL TRANSFORMATIONS

The study aimed to identify proposals to activate the role of artificial intelligence in developing the skills of the century The twenty-first among educational leaders in light of smart digital transformations, and the study adopted the curriculum Qualitative, the researcher conducted interviews with (20) faculty members from Jordanian universities Governmental and private. The results of these interviews showed that faculty members presented a range Proposals to activate the role of artificial intelligence in developing twenty-first century skills among leaders Educational education in light of smart digital transformations included: activating modern technology in all its forms The educational process in Jordanian public and private universities continues on an ongoing basis within their centers and structures Administrative and organizational, universities innovate modern mechanisms that contribute to enhancing the use of intelligence applications Artificial among educational leaders, educational leaders in Jordanian universities seek to develop Their skills by accepting change and not resisting it, and the universities’ keenness to activate electronic platforms Based on modern technologies that are compatible with current and future requirements and goals, we direct Jordanian universities, in their policies and future plans, seek to raise awareness among educational leaders of the importance of activating Applications of artificial intelligence and spreading the culture of digital transformations in educational circles. The study recommended Conducting further studies related to artificial intelligence and modern technologies and linking them to other variables.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Twenty-First Century Skills, Educational Leaders.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.24.10


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