Unveiling Emancipatory Models in Open Educational Practices: A Derridean Perspective

Potential Abstract: In this article, we delve into the intersection of emancipatory models and open educational practices through a Derridean perspective. The increasing use of digital technologies in education has brought to light the potential for challenging traditional power structures and promoting educational equity. Drawing on Derrida’s philosophy of deconstruction, we examine how open educational practices can serve as a means for emancipation, disrupting hierarchies and fostering inclusivity in educational settings. Through a critical analysis of existing literature and case studies, we highlight the transformative potential of embracing openness in education. By deconstructing existing power dynamics and reimagining educational practices through an emancipatory lens, we aim to contribute to a more just and equitable educational landscape.

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