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- Oct 2017
Examples of such violence can be seen in the forms of an audit culture and empirically-driven teaching that dominates higher education. These educational projects amount to pedagogies of repression and serve primarily to numb the mind and produce what might be called dead zones of the imagination. These are pedagogies that are largely disciplinary and have little regard for contexts, history, making knowledge meaningful, or expanding what it means for students to be critically engaged agents.
On audit culture in education. How do personalized/adaptive/competency-based learning and learning analytics support it?
audit culture (a culture characterized by a call to be objective and an unbridled emphasis on empiricism)
On audit culture.