— [http://goo.gl/xkuAbP] School managements and teachers have a responsibility in relation to the processes in which learning takes place._______________________ Thus, there is a professional accountability around teachers’ work in both instruction and classroom management, but also around the work of school and school-system managements.



:: RT: Eyvind Elstad ▶ http://goo.gl/64oUgw ◀ Understanding the nature of accountability failure in a technology‐filled, laissez‐faire classroom: disaffected students and teachers who give in. ↠ #Education #Pedagogy #IKT accountability; computer uses in education; curriculum in Norway; discipline problems; teacher–student relationship


This paper discusses how the curriculum is shaped by the situational logic of a technology-filled classroom, and how this logic is under the influence of ideas about student–teacher interactions and ‘do-it-yourself learning’. It analyses case material from a school using game theory. Free access in the classroom to the Internet, games, and chatting makes it difficult for the teacher to control the students’ operations. When a student deems a threat to be empty, it is not rational for that student to allow the threat to influence his or her own actions. The laissez-faire regime is a result of rational considerations made by both parties. However, when students do not assume responsibility for learning, an accountability failure arises as a rational response to the design of the institutional framework.


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