Borderless Scoring in the Metaverse: A Critique of Capitalist Standardization

Potential Abstract:
In the rapidly evolving landscape of educational technology, the concept of borderless scoring in the metaverse has emerged as a novel approach to assessment. This article critically examines the implications of employing capitalist standardization in the context of borderless scoring within virtual learning environments. Drawing on theories from artificial intelligence and education, this research explores how the convergence of these concepts may influence educational equity, student agency, and pedagogical practices. Through a multidisciplinary lens, we investigate the potential benefits and drawbacks of utilizing capitalist ideologies in the design and implementation of scoring systems in the metaverse. By analyzing current trends, challenges, and ethical considerations, this study aims to contribute to the ongoing discourse on the intersection of technology, assessment, and educational policy.

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