Leveraging Open Variables and Virtual Currency for Transnational Education: An Analysis

Potential Abstract: This study investigates the potential benefits of utilizing open variables and virtual currency in the context of transnational education. As education becomes increasingly globalized, the need for innovative approaches to facilitate cross-border collaboration and communication among educators and learners is paramount. Open variables, which are parameters that can be freely accessed and modified, … Read more

Framing Innovation in Education through Ill-Structured Problems: A Derridean Perspective on Generative AI

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersection of ill-structured problems, frames, generative AI, and Derridean philosophy in the context of educational innovation. Ill-structured problems, characterized by their complex, ambiguous nature, present unique challenges and opportunities for fostering innovation in educational settings. Drawing on Derrida’s deconstructive approach, which emphasizes the fluidity and multiplicity of meanings, … Read more

Unpacking Multicultural Constructs through Learning Analytics: A Post-Imperial Framework

Potential Abstract: This research article presents a novel framework for analyzing multicultural constructs in education through the lens of learning analytics, with a particular focus on addressing post-imperial perspectives. Drawing on critical theories of education and the growing field of learning analytics, this study seeks to interrogate the ways in which cultural diversity and power … Read more

Innovative Anchors: Naive Nuances in Open Educational Practices

Potential Abstract: This research article delves into the innovative anchors that underlie open educational practices (OEP) in educational settings. By examining the naive nuances present in the implementation of OEP, this study aims to shed light on the complexities and potential pitfalls that educators may encounter when adopting open practices in their teaching. Drawing on … Read more

Analyzing Experiential Discourses in Education through a Heideggerian Data Science Approach

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersection of experiential learning, discourses in education, and data science through a Heideggerian lens. By applying a Heideggerian phenomenological approach to the analysis of data in educational settings, this study seeks to uncover the deeper meanings embedded within the experiential discourses present in educational practices. Drawing on Heidegger’s … Read more

Embracing Democratic Androgogies: Open Educational Practices as a Solution for Postindustrial Education

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersection of democratic androgogies, open educational practices, and the challenges faced in postindustrial education settings. With the advent of the digital age and the rapid changes in the workforce, traditional educational models are struggling to keep pace with the demands of a rapidly evolving society. In this context, … Read more

Examining the Social and Political Implications of Blockchain Technology through a Deconstructionist Mode of Address

Potential Abstract: In recent years, blockchain technology has gained significant attention for its potential to revolutionize various industries, including education. This paper adopts a deconstructionist lens to investigate the social and political implications of implementing blockchain within educational settings. Drawing on critical theory and poststructuralist perspectives, we analyze how blockchain, as a decentralized and immutable … Read more

Perception-Centered Innovation in Education: Navigating Market Equities

Potential Abstract: Abstract: This study explores the intersection of innovative practices, equity considerations, and market dynamics in the context of education. Drawing on a perception-centered approach, we investigate how various stakeholders within the education system perceive and respond to market forces that influence educational equities. By examining the perceptions of educators, policymakers, and students, we … Read more

Reframing Uncontested Factors of Race in Education through ChatGPT

Potential Abstract: This study explores the uncontestable factors of race in education through the lens of artificial intelligence, specifically utilizing ChatGPT as a tool for reframing the discourse. By leveraging the capabilities of ChatGPT, an advanced language model, we aim to uncover new perspectives and insights on how race influences educational outcomes and experiences. Through … Read more

Investigating Techno-Social Factors in Learning Science: The Artificial Equation

Potential Abstract: This study examines the impact of techno-social factors on learning science through the lens of artificial intelligence. Utilizing a mixed-methods approach, data is collected from a diverse sample of students in K-12 settings to explore how factors such as access to technology, social interactions, and personal motivation influence the effectiveness of learning science … Read more