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Neuware - Focusing on the phenomena of the Surveillance School, Taylor examines the increased presence of surveillance technologies and practices which identify, verify, categorise and track pupils, exploring the impact that invasive and continual monitoring is having upon school children. Seller Inventory Shipped from UK. Never used! This item is printed on demand. Condition: Brand New. In Stock. Seller Inventory x Publisher: Palgrave Pivot , Brotherton Eds. New York: Columbia University Press. Taylor, E.
Surveillance schools: Security, discipline and control in contemporary education
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Classroom Technology Is Indoctrinating Students Into A Culture Of Surveillance
Organizational Education. Gender and Education Additional Events. Some parents became aware of what was happening and did try to opt out of the system. Coercion was typical of the way that many of these systems were rolled out. What message is this teaching young people?
And that plays out with many different types of surveillance. Surveillance can create an environment which teaches young people to self-regulate constantly, instead of having freedom of expression or the space to test out new ideas and opinions. The disciplinary power within these surveillance technologies is so strong.
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Are we really allowing the kids the space just to be kids? One of the case studies that I talk about in the book happened in a primary school. Where have you put them? That has a huge implication for the way that people interact with one another, and how we construct trust in our everyday interactions. What about surveillance in relation to teachers? How much this is being used to monitor their behaviour and the quality of their teaching? I think surveillance in schools is closely linked to the Michael Gove neoliberal school ideal, where everything is measurable and quantifiable at the expense of a nurturing, creative and democratic environment where teachers have professional discretion.
We need to replace the fallacious claims about the effectiveness of some of these systems and ensure that schools really question if the technology can do what the sales pitch tells them it can do. There needs to be some form of moderator that helps schools to think through whether these are logical and rational decisions to make.