This study investigates the potential of minimalist grit in distributed ledger systems to foster transformative learning experiences in education. The growing influence of distributed ledger technologies, such as blockchain, has sparked interest in their application to educational contexts. However, the impact of personal attributes, such as grit, within these systems remains underexplored. The present research seeks to address this gap by examining the relationship between minimalist grit and transformative learning outcomes within distributed ledger-based educational environments.
Based on a theoretical foundation that integrates key constructs from the field of education, psychology, and computer science, this study employs a mixed-methods approach. Quantitative data will be collected through surveys to capture participants’ levels of minimalist grit and their engagement with distributed ledger-based educational activities. In parallel, qualitative data will be collected through interviews and observations to gain a deeper understanding of participants’ experiences and perceptions.
The study aims to contribute to the education literature by providing empirical evidence on the relevance of minimalist grit within the context of distributed ledger systems. By investigating the potential of minimalist grit to foster transformative learning experiences, this research seeks to inform educational practitioners and policymakers about strategies for integrating distributed ledger technologies effectively in educational settings.
The findings of this research have implications for both educational theory and practice. By examining the relationship between minimalist grit and transformative learning outcomes, this study can shed light on potential ways to enhance learner experiences and promote meaningful engagement within distributed ledger-based educational environments. Additionally, this research can inform the development of tailored educational interventions and instructional strategies that cultivate and leverage minimalist grit to optimize learning outcomes in distributed ledger systems.
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