ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, LEARNING STRATEGIES, AND DEVELOPMENT OF VOCATIONAL SKILL LESSONS WITH MULTIMEDIA SOFTWARE IN INDONESIA

Authors

  • Juhriyansyah Dalle, Dina Ampera, Zulfa Jamalie, A. Akrim, Firman Rudiansyah, Marianus Subandowo, Ellyn Normelani Universitas Lambung Mangkurat, Banjarmasin, Indonesia

Keywords:

AI usage, learning strategies, vocational skills, CFA, Indonesia

Abstract

This study intends to investigate the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on learning processes in educational institutions. This study is based on primary data acquired through a questionnaire from a sample of 208 faculty members. Confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling techniques were utilized for further comprehension, and the resulting findings were given. It has been found that AI deployment (institutional, student support, and instructional methods) in educational institutions have a significant and good impact on planning and executing learning strategies. However, reflection-based learning is not largely characterized by AI deployment. In addition, this research aimed to use multimedia software (Macromedia Flash) to create an interactive multimedia learning environment at the Medan 10 State Vocational High School. (1) The validation findings from the learning media experts were very good (89.1%); (2) the validation results from the subject matter skills experts were excellent (90%); and (3) the responses to product testing increased with each iteration, reaching a maximum of 97.3% favorable replies. Thus, multimedia software for the target skills constitutes effective instructional materials that involve students in the learning process in a manner that can enhance their competence. To the author's knowledge, there has been a dearth of research on the impact of AI on learning processes in educational institutions. Consequently, this study may be considered a tentative contribution to the literature on AI and learning processes in educational institutions. In addition to this research, future studies can examine AI applications in higher education and similar fields of study in greater detail.

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Published

2022-12-31