The educational intelligent economy : artificial intelligence, machine learning and the internet of things in education /

Access to big data, the "new commodity" for the 21st century economies, and its uses and potential abuses, has both conceptual and methodological impacts for the field of comparative and international education. This book examines, from a comparative perspective, the impact of the movement...

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Other Authors: Jules, Tavis Deryck (Editor), Salajan, Florin D. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2020
Series:International perspectives on education and society.
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Table of Contents:
  • Big "G" and small "g": the variable geometries of educational governance in an era of big data / Tavis D. Jules
  • The educational intelligent economy and big data in comparative and international education research: a decolonial vision / Bjorn H. Nordveit and Fadia Nordveit
  • The perceptron: a partial history of models and minds in data-driven educational systems / Ryan Ziols
  • Best practices from best methods? Big data and the limitations of impact evaluation in the global governance of education / D. Brent Edwards Jr
  • What if compulsory schooling was a 21st century invention? / Jason McGrath and John Fischetti
  • The educational intelligent economy-lifelong learning-a vision for the future / Vasudha Chaudhari, Victoria Murphy and Allison Littlejohn
  • Humanistic, innovative solutionism: what role do data analytics play in developing a more responsive and more intelligent adult and workforce education policy? / Elizabeth A. Roumell and Kevin Roessger
  • Data mining and predictive analytics in digital education: lessons we can learn from big data that are often discarded / Aleksei Malakhov
  • The intricate web of educational governance: the cyborg dialectic and commodification of knowledge / Petrina M. Davidson, Elizabeth Bruce and Lisa Damaschke-Deitrick
  • Engineering the mechanism/repairing the robot: artificial intelligence at the intersection of education and industry / Luis F. Alvarez León
  • Policy development for an educational intelligent economy in the European Union: an illusory prospect? / Florin D. Salajan
  • Haunted data: the colonial residues of transnational school reforms in Kenya / Christopher Kirchgasler
  • Brave new world(s): governing clouds, smart schools, and the rise of AIEd / Euan Auld and Yun You
  • Learning analytics for student success at university: trends and dilemmas / Sean Mackney and Robin Shields