Summary of Data: What We Lose When We Treat Students As Objects

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The video discusses the dangers of treating students as objects and argues that this practice can lead to harmful consequences. It asks questions about who has access to data and what stories they tell with it, and argues that students should have the same level of data access to their instructors as instructors do of their students.

  • 00:00:00 The presenter discusses the harm that can be done when students are treated as objects, highlighting examples of data-related decisions that students may not be aware of. He asks whether students can argue with a machine, and whether they know how to do so.
  • 00:05:00 Data analytics tools are being used to track and monitor students' academic performance, but this practice has been met with protests and retraction by Dartmouth.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the dangers of treating students as objects, and how digital educational technology can lead to harmful consequences. It asks questions about who has access to data and what stories they tell with it, and argues that students should have the same level of data access to their instructors as instructors do of their students. If this is not the case, then we need to consider what does it mean about who gets to access the data in these spaces and who doesn't.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the ways that data is collected and used, and how it can be used to limit opportunities or infringe on privacy. It points to the need for students to be aware of the implications of using these tools and for institutions to be careful about how they use data.
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses how treating students as objects can have negative consequences, including decreased engagement and loss of data. It provides examples of how to improve student engagement and data retention by using different tools and thinking about how those tools impact students.

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