Volume 18 · Number 2 · Pages 180–182
Exploring the Challenges at the Crossroads of Education and 4E Cognition: A Systemic, Values-Based and Global South Perspective

Claudio Aguayo

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Open peer commentary on the article “Education and 4E Cognition: Some Challenges at the Crossroads of Learning and Bildung” by Theo Hug. Abstract: I address Theo Hug’s challenges by exploring relations between measurable and non-measurable dimensions of education from a systems-thinking, values-based educational technology design and Global South perspective.


Aguayo C. (2023) Exploring the challenges at the crossroads of education and 4e cognition: A systemic, values-based and global south perspective. Constructivist Foundations 18(2): 180–182. https://constructivist.info/18/2/180

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