JeuTICE: An Arabic Serious Game to Enhance Mathematics Skills of Young Children


  • Yassine Tazouti Ibn tofail university
  • Siham Boulaknadel Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture
  • Youssef Fakhri Ibn tofail university



serious game, game-based leaning, game learning, mathematics learning, educational game


Serious games have become a much-discussed trend topic in recent years, as the concept promises higher productivity while increasing user satisfaction. In this paper we present JeuTICE an Arabic serious game project model for mathematics learning. this digital resource was approved by VAREN project and hosted at the portal TICE of Moroccan Education Ministry on open access for students and educators. this resource revealed a several additions targeted mathematics learning for students of the 5th and 6th primary school. The goal is to successfully trans-fer positive properties of digital games, such as motivation and commitment, to a different usage context. Potentially, this goal is achieved by focusing on user ex-perience and integrating game elements into the consideration subject. JeuTICE was evaluated by GENIE program by a range of 60 students from different pub-lic Moroccan primary schools the result obtained are very satisfied to ensure the quality and usability of the serious game.

Author Biographies

Yassine Tazouti, Ibn tofail university

PhD student of serious game design and development at the Laboratory of Research in computer science and Telecommunications (LaRIT) faculty of science kénitra, Morocco.

Siham Boulaknadel, Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture

a researcher at the Royal Institute of Amazighe Culture, Associate Researcher at the Laboratory of Research in Computer Science and Tele-communications (LRIT) Faculty of Sciences of Rabat and Member of the Skill Pole STIC Morocco. His research interests include automatic language processing, infor-mation retrieval, artificial intelligence and distance learning.

Youssef Fakhri, Ibn tofail university

Professor at Faculty of Sciences of Kénitra, Department of Computer Science and Mathematics, IbnTofail University, Morocco, as an Associate Professor in March 2009, he is the Laboratory head at LaRIT (Laboratory for Research in Computing and Telecom-munications) in the Faculty of Kénitra, and Member of Pole of Competences STIC Morocco.




How to Cite

Tazouti, Y., Boulaknadel, S., & Fakhri, Y. (2019). JeuTICE: An Arabic Serious Game to Enhance Mathematics Skills of Young Children. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 14(22), pp. 252–265.