Situationality in Constructionist Technologies: Microlearning and Marxist Perspectives

Potential Abstract: This research article delves into the intersection of constructionist technologies, microlearning, and Marxist perspectives within educational settings. Drawing on the concept of situationality, the study investigates how learners engage with digital tools and platforms to construct knowledge in short, targeted learning experiences. The theoretical framework is grounded in constructionist learning theories, which emphasize … Read more

Reframing Categorical Participation through Polytextual Learning Analytics

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersection of categorical participation and polytextual learning analytics in educational settings. By reframing traditional notions of participation as a binary concept, this study aims to enhance our understanding of student engagement and learning outcomes within diverse learning environments. Drawing on principles from artificial intelligence and education, we propose … Read more

Interpersonal Dynamics in Second-Order Cybernetics: A Derridean Perspective on Blockchain Equation

Potential Abstract: This research article delves into the intricate web of interpersonal dynamics within the realm of second-order cybernetics, through the lens of Derridean philosophy and the application of blockchain technology. Drawing on the theoretical framework of second-order cybernetics, which emphasizes the recursive relationship between an observer and the observed system, this study explores how … Read more

Unpacking Individualized Equities: A Synthesis of Behavioral Economics in Uncontested Educational Settings

Potential Abstract: This research article delves into the concept of individualized equities in education through the lens of behavioral economics within uncontested educational settings. By synthesizing insights from the fields of education and economics, this study aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of how personalized approaches can promote equitable outcomes for all learners. Drawing on … Read more

Unanswered Questions in Race and AI Education: Exploring the Role of Chat Bots in MOOCs Utilizing Generative AI

Potential Abstract: This research article investigates the intersection of race, artificial intelligence, and education through the lens of chat bots in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) using generative AI technology. Despite the growing presence of AI technologies in educational settings, there remains a paucity of research on how these technologies impact the experiences of racially … Read more

Leveraging Narratives and Distributed Hashing in a Framework for Fostering Creativity: A Cognitive Science Perspective

Potential Abstract: Narratives have long been recognized as a powerful tool for engaging learners and fostering creativity in educational settings. In recent years, the integration of technology and cognitive science principles has opened up new possibilities for leveraging narratives in education. This research article proposes a novel framework that combines the use of narratives with … Read more

Unpacking the Rhetorical Strategies of Mediated Websites in Cryptocurrency Education: A Content Analysis

Potential Abstract: Cryptocurrency has gained significant popularity in recent years, leading to a surge in online resources aimed at educating individuals about this complex and evolving technology. These resources, often in the form of mediated websites, play a crucial role in shaping public perception and understanding of cryptocurrency. This study employs a rhetorical analysis framework … Read more

Personalized Programs in Cloud Operations: A Postcolonial Perspective on Negotiation

Potential Abstract: This study explores the design and implementation of personalized programs within cloud operations in educational settings through a postcolonial lens. Drawing on postcolonial theory, the research investigates the ways in which power dynamics, cultural hegemony, and historical legacies influence the negotiation processes involved in the customization and adaptation of cloud-based educational programs. By … Read more

Unveiling the Emancipatory Impacts of Artificial Intelligence in Postcolonial Education Regimes

Potential Abstract: This article investigates the emancipatory impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) in postcolonial education regimes, focusing on how AI technologies can be leveraged to challenge and disrupt existing power dynamics and knowledge hierarchies. Drawing on postcolonial theory and critical AI studies, the research examines how AI tools and systems can be designed and implemented … Read more

Unveiling Complex Voices: A Heideggerian Perspective on Cognitive Biases in Education

Potential Abstract: This research article delves into the intricate interplay of diverse voices within educational settings, exploring the impact of cognitive biases through a Heideggerian lens. By acknowledging the multifaceted nature of human experiences and realities, this study aims to uncover the inherent complexities that influence decision-making processes in education. Drawing upon Heidegger’s philosophy, we … Read more