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Role of artificial intelligence in education: Perspectives of Peruvian basic education teachers

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Edwin Gustavo Estrada-Araoz ,
Edwin Gustavo Estrada-Araoz

Universidad Nacional Amazónica de Madre de Dios. Puerto Maldonado, Perú

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Jhemy Quispe-Aquise ,
Jhemy Quispe-Aquise

Universidad Nacional Amazónica de Madre de Dios. Puerto Maldonado, Perú

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Yasser Malaga-Yllpa ,
Yasser Malaga-Yllpa

Universidad Andina del Cusco. Cusco, Perú

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Guido Raúl Larico-Uchamaco ,
Guido Raúl Larico-Uchamaco

Universidad Nacional de Cañete. Cañete, Perú

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Giovanna Rocio Pizarro-Osorio ,
Giovanna Rocio Pizarro-Osorio

Universidad Nacional de Cañete. Cañete, Perú

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Marleni Mendoza-Zuñiga ,
Marleni Mendoza-Zuñiga

Universidad Nacional de Cañete. Cañete, Perú

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Alex Camilo Velasquez-Bernal ,
Alex Camilo Velasquez-Bernal

Universidad Andina del Cusco. Cusco, Perú

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Cesar Elias Roque-Guizada ,
Cesar Elias Roque-Guizada

Universidad Andina del Cusco. Cusco, Perú

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María Isabel Huamaní-Pérez ,
María Isabel Huamaní-Pérez

Universidad Nacional Amazónica de Madre de Dios. Puerto Maldonado, Perú

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Abstract

Introduction: in the educational context, the integration of artificial intelligence is transforming the way teachers teach and students learn. However, there are challenges that teachers must face when incorporating artificial intelligence into their pedagogical practice.
Objective: to evaluate the perspectives of Peruvian basic education teachers on the implementation of artificial intelligence in the educational context.
Methods: a quantitative, non-experimental, cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted. The sample consisted of 125 basic education teachers selected through probabilistic sampling. These participants were administered a scale designed to evaluate their perspectives on artificial intelligence, which demonstrated adequate metric properties.
Results: it was found that teachers had a partial knowledge of what artificial intelligence is and its scope. Among the advantages of artificial intelligence, it stands out that it was an effective teaching resource and a necessary tool to provide personalized education. However, among the disadvantages highlighted are concerns that it could foster academic dishonesty, doubts about its reliability, and a lack of confidence in its ability to guarantee the confidentiality of information.
Conclusions: the perspective of basic education teachers on the implementation of artificial intelligence in the educational context is heterogeneous. Although they recognize the disadvantages and have a partial knowledge of what artificial intelligence is and its scope, they show willingness to explore and take advantage of its possibilities in the educational field.

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Estrada-Araoz EG, Quispe-Aquise J, Malaga-Yllpa Y, Larico-Uchamaco GR, Pizarro-Osorio GR, Mendoza-Zuñiga M, Velasquez-Bernal AC, Roque-Guizada CE, Huamaní-Pérez MI. Role of artificial intelligence in education: Perspectives of Peruvian basic education teachers. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2023 Jan. 25 [cited 2024 Jul. 15];3:325. Available from: https://dm.saludcyt.ar/index.php/dm/article/view/325

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