Investigating the Phenomenological Aspects of Operant Learning in Textual Environments: A Learning Science Perspective

Potential Abstract: Operant learning, a fundamental concept in behaviorist theories of education, has been extensively studied in various contexts. However, little is known about its application and phenomenological experience within textual learning environments. This study aims to explore the phenomenological aspects of operant learning in text-based educational settings through a learning science lens. By examining … Read more

Examining Mediated Stories through a Behavioral Economics Perspective: A Marxist Approach

Potential Abstract: This research article proposes an interdisciplinary exploration of mediated stories in education, drawing from the fields of behavioral economics and Marxist philosophy. The study aims to shed light on how the presentation and interpretation of stories in educational settings can be understood through the lens of behavioral economics, while also incorporating a critical … Read more

Unveiling the Nexus of Minimalist Education, Grit, and Data Science: A Postcolonial Metalogue

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersecting dimensions of minimalist education, grit, and data science through a postcolonial lens. Drawing inspiration from the conceptual blending of different disciplinary frameworks, this study aims to provide a fresh perspective on the integration of these three areas and their implications for educational practice. By employing a postcolonial … Read more

Examining Positionality in Complex Safe Spaces: Leveraging Learning Analytics in Postindustrial Education

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersection of complexity, safe spaces, learning analytics, and postindustrial education, with a particular focus on positionality. Positionality refers to the social, cultural, and institutional factors that shape individuals’ perspectives and experiences within educational contexts. The aim of this study is to uncover how positionality influences the use and … Read more

Personalized Grit: An Open Science Approach to Deconstructionist Education

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersection of personalized learning, grit, open science, and deconstructionist approaches in the field of education. With the increasing emphasis on individualized instruction and the development of non-cognitive skills, such as grit, in educational settings, there is a need to critically examine these concepts and their implications for teaching … Read more

Unmasking Racism and Inequities in Education: Leveraging Generative AI for Rhetorical Inference

Potential Abstract: This research article investigates the potential of generative artificial intelligence (AI) to uncover and analyze racial inequities within the education system using rhetorical inference techniques. Racial disparities continue to persist in education, perpetuating systemic injustices and hindering equitable access to quality education. Adopting a critical lens, this study explores how generative AI, specifically … Read more

Personalized Learning Theories in Virtual Currency Education: Exploring Feminist Positionality

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersection of personalized learning theories, virtual currency, and feminist positionality in educational contexts. As technology continues to permeate education, the potential for personalized learning experiences has increased substantially. However, there is a need for a critical examination of the impact of personalized learning theories on equity and social … Read more

Uncovering the Power of Connectivist Frames in Education: A Data Science Approach to Uncontested Economics

Potential Abstract: This research article investigates the potential of connectivist frames in education, specifically when coupled with data science methodologies, to explore the uncharted territory of uncontested economics. The advent of technology has revolutionized the way people interact and acquire knowledge. Connectivism, as a learning theory, emphasizes the importance of networks and connections in the … Read more

Personalized Learning Networks: Exploring the Potential of the Interplanetary File System for Poststructural Negotiation in Education

Potential Abstract: This research article investigates the potential of utilizing the Interplanetary File System (IPFS) for personalized learning networks in education. Drawing on poststructural theories, the study explores how the IPFS can support the negotiation of knowledge and meaning-making processes in educational settings. The aim is to examine how this decentralized and distributed network protocol … Read more

Disruptive Learnings in Sociopolitical Contexts: Exploring the Role of Dev Ops and Textuality

Potential Abstract: This research article investigates the intersection of disruptive learnings, sociopolitical contexts, dev ops, and textuality in educational settings. Drawing on the growing recognition of the need to address the sociopolitical dimensions of education, this study aims to understand how disruptive learnings can be facilitated through the integration of dev ops practices and the … Read more