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          ISSN 2168-1333

 

Introduction

New pedagogies are emerging in the era of globalization, especially in the advent of collaborative digital technologies, such as cloud computing, social media, and Web 2.0. A synergetic shift is occurring with the convergence of globalization and digital technologies, often resulting in global networked communities. This shift has several extant potentials, but its pedagogical practices and possibilities remain unexplored. It will be contextual for sharing and collaborating these practices and possibilities within the global networked communities. Based on these theoretical backgrounds, JOGLTEP captures newer trends of global pedagogies by highlighting global literacies, technologies, and pedagogical narratives from various cultural, economic, and geopolitical terrains.

JOGLTEP focuses on  glocal (global + local) literacies, cross-cultural networked spaces and communities, digital global learning communities, trans-border and trans-national networked pedagogies, geopolitical dynamics of education, digital learning ecologies, and pedagogies in knowledge and information-based societies. 

JOGLTEP emphasizes the body of theoretical and critical scholarship in the areas of intersectionality of culture, technology, and education.

Purpose

    • To share, understand, and develop practices of global literacies
    • To share, understand, and develop practices of global pedagogies 
    • To reimagine and re-examine liminalities within commonalities and differences of glocal pedagogical practices and literacies
    • To share how literacies and pedagogical theories are practiced in the context of diverse global, cultural, and geopolitical conditions
    • To explore and share the impacts of emerging technologies, such as social media, Web 2.0, and cloud computing in communication, teaching and learning, and global literacies
    • To investigate impacts of emerging technology in intercultural/cross-cultural and trans-border pedagogies
    • To explore and examine epistemic shifts in the context of emerging digital  technologies and globalization
    • To develop perspectives, hybridities, and remixes on global pedagogies and literacies

Scope

The scope of this journal includes the following three areas.

Teaching and Learning

    • Glocal literacies (global and situated literacies and narratives)
      • Local praxis of pedagogies of teaching, learning, curriculum designs, and literacies
      • Trans-border pedagogies (how they mutually inform, contribute, and advance in the global and local contexts)
    • Cross-cultural learning ecologies (how they inform and contribute to advance pedagogies and literacies)
    • Global networked learning communities
    • Digital pedagogical initiatives
    • Teaching and learning with and by technology
      • Social media and Web 2.0 in global pedagogies and literacies
      • Cloud pedagogies 
      • Mobile apps for global pedagogies, literacies, and classroom practices
      • New literacies (what is being re/created and reinvented in the field of literacies in glocal contexts?)

Intersectionality of Culture, Technology, and Global Pedagogies/Literacies

    • Politics and problematics of technology (power, privileges, and peripheries) in the context of global pedagogies and literacies
    • Digital spaces and diversity in global netwoked communities: Images of power and privileges (based on diversity of race, class, language, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, etc.)
    • Digital liminalities and transformative pedagogies
    • Digital cultural identities and global pedagogies/literacies 
    • Digital professional communication and business pedagogies
    • Fluidity of realities in networked communities
    • Indigenous culture, education, and technology (e.g. indigenous literacies, rhetorics, and pedagogies)
    • Digital narratives, digital storytelling,  and multimedia expressions 
    • Global networked learning communities
      • Re-working/reconstructing global networked knowledge communities
      • Digital discourse communities and networked rhetorics
      • Digital access, power, and participation 

Critique of Global Pedagogies/Literacies

    • Corporate interests and marketization of global pedagogies/literacies
    • Coloniality of networked knowledge communities/spaces
    • Hegemony/coloniality of global literacies
    • Monopoly, surveillance, and infiltration into networked knowledge spaces and communities