Utilizing Artificial Intelligence in Teaching Arabic Language Skills (Visions and Expectations)


  • Haiam Nasreldin Abdou Mustaqbal University in Qassim (Saudi Arabia) Author




Artificial intelligence in education, Arabic language education, ; Learning improvement, Interactive learning tools, Language Skills


The study aimed to explore and understand the use of artificial intelligence in teaching the Arabic language and enhancing student performance. The study included a sample of 309 participants, including teachers, faculty members, students, and educational administrations. Questionnaires were distributed to gather their opinions and expectations regarding the use of artificial intelligence in teaching Arabic and to assess the benefits and challenges, The results showed positive insights and expectations among teachers, students, and educational administrations. Teachers believe that artificial intelligence can help them improve their performance and provide excellent educational content to students, as well as cater to their diverse needs. Students see artificial intelligence to make the learning process enjoyable and interactive, helping them improve their Arabic language skills and meet their individual needs. Educational administrations believe that artificial intelligence can enhance the quality of education, contribute to school performance improvement, and develop the level of Arabic language instruction, The study concluded that artificial intelligence can be used to improve Arabic language education through content customization, interactive learning, and accurate student performance assessment. It can also support self-learning and reduce the burden of routine tasks on teachers. However, the study also highlights the challenges that need to be considered, such as good organization and technical monitoring, as well as the importance of focusing on security and privacy.




How to Cite

Utilizing Artificial Intelligence in Teaching Arabic Language Skills (Visions and Expectations). (2024). Journal of Scientific Development for Studies and Research (JSD), 5(18), 178-205. https://doi.org/10.61212/jsd/212

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