Augmented Reality Learning Objects: A Sociocultural Perspective on Behavioral Economics Paradigm Shift

Potential Abstract: This study explores the integration of augmented reality learning objects within the context of behavioral economics from a sociocultural perspective, aiming to understand the implications of this paradigm shift in education. Augmented reality technology offers a unique opportunity to enhance learning experiences by providing interactive and immersive environments that bridge the gap between … Read more

Leveraging Individualized Learning Objects through NFTs in Contested Standard Educational Settings

Potential Abstract: Individualized learning objects have the potential to revolutionize educational practices by tailoring learning experiences to the unique needs of each student. Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) offer a novel approach to authenticating and exchanging these learning objects in educational contexts. However, the integration of NFTs into standard educational settings is a contested issue, raising concerns … Read more

Unanswered Questions in Authentic Learning Environments: Leveraging Slack Channels and Distributed Hashing in Rural Schools

Potential Abstract: This study investigates the implementation of authentic learning environments in rural schools through the integration of Slack channels and distributed hashing technology. While there has been a growing interest in incorporating authentic learning experiences in educational settings, there remain unanswered questions regarding the effectiveness of such approaches, especially in rural contexts. This research … Read more

Leveraging Distributed Hashing for Cognitive Scales Representation using Machine Learning

Potential Abstract: Recent advancements in machine learning have revolutionized the field of cognitive scales representation by leveraging distributed hashing techniques. This study presents a novel approach that combines machine learning algorithms with distributed hashing methods to efficiently represent cognitive scales in educational research. By utilizing distributed hashing, we are able to map high-dimensional cognitive scale … Read more

Spheres of Individualized Education: Postmodern Insights from ChatGPT in Science Education

Potential Abstract: In the era of personalized learning and AI integration in education, the concept of individualized education has taken on new dimensions. This study explores the intersection of individualized learning, postmodern perspectives, and ChatGPT technology in the context of science education. By examining the ways in which students engage with ChatGPT in science classrooms, … Read more

Leveraging Connectionist Algorithms for Organic Perception Negotiation in Education

Potential Abstract: Connectionist algorithms have shown great promise in modeling complex cognitive processes in artificial intelligence. In the field of education, these algorithms can be applied to understand and enhance organic perception negotiation, a dynamic process where learners actively engage with and interpret their environment to construct knowledge. This research article explores the potential of … Read more

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 … Read more

Naive Metalogues: Situated Stories in Data Science Education

Potential Abstract: This research article explores the intersection of data science education and storytelling through the lens of situated learning theory. Building on the notion that learning is inherently situated within real-world contexts, this study investigates how naive metalogues, or simple narratives that illustrate complex data science concepts, can enhance student understanding and engagement. By … Read more

“Navigating Ill-Structured Learning Environments through Educational Websites: A Keynesian Paradigm Portal Approach”

Potential Abstract: This research study investigates the role of educational websites as portals for navigating ill-structured learning environments within the context of a Keynesian paradigm. Ill-structured problems are characterized by ambiguity, multiple solutions, and diverse perspectives, presenting challenges for learners in traditional educational settings. The emergence of online platforms and educational technologies has provided opportunities … Read more

Disrupting Categorical Stereotypes Through Postcolonial Commons on Distributed Ledgers

Potential Abstract: This research study investigates the potential of utilizing distributed ledger technology to challenge and disrupt categorical stereotypes in education through a postcolonial lens. Despite advancements in educational practices and policies, deeply ingrained stereotypes and biases continue to persist, leading to unequal opportunities and outcomes for marginalized groups. By drawing on postcolonial theory, this … Read more