Ungrading in Education: Leveraging Activity Theoretic Frameworks and ChatGPT for Hermeneutic Research Methods

Potential Abstract: Abstract: In recent years, the concept of ungrading has gained traction in educational settings as a means to foster intrinsic motivation, self-regulation, and authentic learning experiences among students. This study explores the intersection of ungrading practices with activity theoretic frameworks, leveraging the use of AI-powered language models such as ChatGPT to facilitate hermeneutic … Read more

Sociocultural Ecologies in Education: Exploring Open Educational Practices through a Keynesian Research Method

Potential Abstract: This research study adopts a sociocultural perspective to investigate the complex ecologies at play within educational settings, particularly focusing on the implementation of open educational practices. Drawing on Keynesian economic theories as a foundational framework, this study delves into the interplay between macro-level policies and micro-level practices in education. Through a mixed-method research … Read more

Leveraging Operant Conditioning, Grit, and Machine Learning in Educational Conversations: A Case for Open Science

Potential Abstract: In this study, we explore the intersection of operant conditioning, grit, machine learning, and open science within educational conversations. Building on previous research that has highlighted the importance of fostering perseverance and resilience in students, we investigate how operant conditioning techniques can be utilized to enhance grit development in educational settings. By incorporating … Read more

Understanding Social Factors in Virtual Reality Simulation Hackathons

Potential Abstract: Virtual reality (VR) technology has gained popularity in educational settings due to its potential to provide immersive learning experiences. Hackathons, as collaborative events where participants work intensively on projects for a limited time, have also been utilized to enhance learning and problem-solving skills. This study examines the intersection of these two educational approaches … Read more

Virtual Counterfactuals and Large Language Models: Exploring Kristeva’s Theory through Simulation

Potential Abstract: In this research article, we investigate the potential of utilizing virtual environments, counterfactual narratives, and large language models to delve into the complexities of Julia Kristeva’s theories in the context of education. Drawing on Kristeva’s concepts of abjection, intertextuality, and the semiotic, we propose a novel approach that combines virtual simulations with counterfactual … Read more

Algorithmic Transnational Negotiation: Virtual Currency and Grit in Educational Contexts

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersection of algorithmic transnational negotiation, virtual currency, and grit within educational contexts. Drawing on principles of artificial intelligence and educational psychology, the study investigates how the use of virtual currency can influence students’ perseverance and motivation in a transnational learning environment. Through a mixed-methods approach, data is collected … Read more

Unpacking Multicultural Constructs in Learning Science: The Political Conversation

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intricate interplay between multicultural constructs and learning science within the context of political conversations in educational settings. Drawing on critical theoretical frameworks, this study investigates how various forms of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender, and socioeconomic background, shape students’ experiences and outcomes in science … Read more

Transnational Positionality in Experiential Infrastructures: Exploring Metaverse Spaces

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the concept of transnational positionality within experiential infrastructures in the context of metaverse spaces. Drawing on critical theories of education and technology, we examine how individuals navigate their identities and perspectives across physical and virtual borders. By incorporating a transnational lens, we aim to shed light on the ways … Read more

Unveiling Creativity Constructs Through GitHub: A Conservative Simulation Approach

Potential Abstract: Creativity is a complex and multifaceted construct that plays a critical role in education and cognitive development. In this study, we propose a novel approach to investigating creativity constructs using GitHub, a popular platform for collaborative software development. Drawing on the idea of conservative simulation, we aim to explore how the iterative and … Read more

Leveraging Causal Models and Artificial Intelligence for Empirical Analysis in Education: A Novel Approach to Standard Practices

Potential Abstract: Abstract: In educational research, the use of causal models and artificial intelligence has become increasingly prevalent in providing deeper insights into the complex dynamics of learning and teaching. Traditional empirical analyses often rely on standard statistical methods that may struggle to capture the intricate relationships and causality within educational data. This study proposes … Read more