Volume 18, Number 2
Special Issue “Education in the 21st Century”, edited by Ronnie Videla, Tomas Veloz & Alexander Riegler
Cover Art: was created by Midjourney with the keywords «nonrepresentational, abstract, education, creativity, constructivism, cognition, enaction»
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The 4E Approach Applied to Education in the 21st Century
Education and 4E Cognition: Some Challenges at the Crossroads of Learning and Bildung
4E Cognition and Education Beyond the Crossroads of Learning and Bildung
Learning and Cultivating: Collective Experiences for an Engaged Pedagogy
Designing to Transform Educational Practice: The Art of Inquiring and Exploring from STEAM
Bildung and Pedagogical Tact Revisited from the Perspective of 4E Cognition
Exploring the Challenges at the Crossroads of Education and 4E Cognition: A Systemic, Values-Based and Global South Perspective
Author’s Reponse: Learning, Bildung, and Enactive Education
Living in Mapworld: Academia, Symbolic Abstraction, and the Shift to Online Everything
Digital Technologies Can Enrich, as Well as Impoverish, Embodied Interaction
Optimism About Virtual Environments
Almost in Our Grasp: The (Slow) Digital Return of Multimodal Educational Resources
Reduction and Enactment with Digital Images: What Can 0s and 1s Represent?
Teaching During the Pandemic: Addressing the Challenges of Online Learning
Did Embodiment Get Lost in Translation?
Author’s Response: Computer Commodities, Digital Interaction and Online Pedagogy
Coordination Dynamics of Semiotic Mediation: A Functional Dynamic Systems Perspective on Mathematics Teaching/Learning
Prolepsis as a Coordinating Mechanism of Semiotic Mediation
Bernstein, Vygotsky and the Field of Promoted Action: Some Insights from Motor Learning
Varied Repetition in Embodied Learning of Mathematics
Could Education in the 21st Century Embrace Fuzziness, Ambiguity, and So On?
Theoretical and Educational Challenges with Enactivist Approaches to Mathematical Cognition
Concepts, Material Anchors and Interactivity: A Dialectic Perspective
Authors’ Response: From 20th-Century Dialectics and Deconstruction to 21st-Century Transformative Monism
Random Walks as a Royal Road to E-STEAM in Math Education
A Conversation about Differences
The Ambition of Absolute Agreement in Mathematics, and Deviations from It
Random Walks on Structures, Autopoiesis and Meta-learning
Unraveling a Royal Road to Math Education
Is it as Simple as “E-Teaching Good” Versus “Standardised Teaching Bad”?
Conscious Awareness of Body Movements in Mathematics
Authors’ Response: Random Walks in a Land of Oxymorons and Paradoxes…
Catching the Big Fish: A 4E-Cognition Approach to Creativity in STEAM Education
Like a Fish Out of Water, Is Creativity Caught in the Crossfire of Brain-Body-Environment Interaction?
Beyond the Big Fish: Embracing the Fluidity of Creativity in Embodied, Embedded, and Enacted Processes
Diving Deep into the Ocean Through Skillful Problem Posing | Solving Experiences
What Is Teaching and Why Do It This Way?
Authors’ Response: Becoming Makers Through Continuous Practice: Learning to Deal With the Uncertain
Autopoiesis and 4E+ Cognition in the Design of Digital Learning Affordances
Cultural Inclusivity and Quality in the Design of Technology-Enhanced Learning Systems
The Paradox of Autopoietic Artificial Intelligent Systems in Education Free Access
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Does Technology Contribute to Meaningful Learning?
Author’s Response: The (Human) “Hearts” and “Minds” of Autopoietic (Digital) Learning Systems
A Radical Afterthought: We Know Who the Students Are, but Who Will Be the Teachers?