Monday, November 10, 2014

States Backtrack on Student Tracking Technology.

I am a huge proponent of technology to manage systems, streamline our work and - most importantly - foster engagement for our students.

But their are pitfalls to allowing the technology to alter the culture of a school. Schools should be, first and foremost, about relationships. Relationships are inherently based on trust, uncertainty and communication.

This is an example of technology that reduces the quality of education experience by removing trust, uncertainty and communication..... What do you think? Is tracking technology a good thing for schools? Or is it ignoring a bigger issue? Why are students prone to wander, be not where they are supposed to be, etc. Is a faster lunch line by using tracking technology an improvement or should students have more time to socialize and relax in the middle of their day?

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