Data Culture and the Organisation of Teachers Work: An Institutional Ethnography .


Data Culture and the Organisation of Teachers Work provides an in-depth look at how the political and media scrutiny of teachers, pupils and schools now organises teaching and learning. Spina also examines how educational data is used in schools, and where it fails to take account of the everyday experiences of school leaders, teachers and students.
Drawing on primary research, and discussing practice in relation to the National Assessment Programme: Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN), this book discusses the strengths and weaknesses of a data-driven approach, the restrictions this can impose and how to navigate them as a teacher.
Ideal for scholars and postgraduate students of education, this book provides a comprehensive institutional, ethnographic look into the daily lived experiences of teachers, and the effects of standardised testing.

Authors: Nerida Spina

Date: 2021

Upload Date: 9/29/2021 11:17:53 AM

Format: pdf

Pages: 184

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Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 0367173255

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