Artificial intelligence applications and Developing the Life Skills for Students with Special Needs: A future Look

  • Fayza Ahmed Alhussini Megahed Professor of History Education, Women's College, Ain Shams University. dr.n_alhussini@hotmail.com
Keywords: Students with Special Needs, the Life Skills, Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Tutoring Programs.

Abstract

The Present paper express the importance to make benefits from AI Applications and  Intelligent Tutoring Programs to solve the problems of the Students with Special Needs (the deaf)  such as hearing disabilities, including being accepted by others, providing them with basic skills in a good and appropriate way by using the ways and strategies they attract to the lesson topic and linking it to their Training on reading lips and language training on pronunciation, and hearing impaired people need to be continuously enhanced in its various forms and provide feedback, focus on the quality of educational experiences provided to them more than on the amount of information, teacher care and support, development of language communication skills that help them understand their subjects through the auditory training of the weak, training in manual communication, increasing the linguistic outcome of disabled students before they attend school, simplifying the topics that provide them with their own guidance and examples of their creativity lives, The paper also deals with life skills needed for students with auditory disabilities such as (language communication skill, social communication skill, personal skills, study skills and good intelligence skill in time management, skill in using technology, The present paper also reviews AI , Artificial Intelligence(A.I), Intelligent Tutoring programs can be employed with the deaf, presenting A future Look for employing Intelligent Tutoring programs by using Artificial Intelligence applications for developing the life skills for the deaf.

Key Words: Students with Special Needs, the Life Skills, Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Tutoring Programs.

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Published
2019-12-15
How to Cite
Megahed, F. (2019). Artificial intelligence applications and Developing the Life Skills for Students with Special Needs: A future Look. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 3(1), 175 - 194. Retrieved from http://www.iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/161
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