Introduction: the datafication of education 1. Datafied at four: the role of data in the 'schoolification' of early childhood education in England 2. Configuring the teacher as data user: public-private sector mediations of national test data 3. The datafication of discipline: ClassDojo, surveillance and a performative classroom culture 4. The social value of anonymity on campus: a study of the decline of Yik Yak 5. Reconsidering data in learning analytics: opportunities for critical research using a documentation studies framework 6. Objectivity as standardization in data-scientific education policy, technology and governance 7. Datafication, testing events and the outside of thought 8. Cruel optimism in edtech: when the digital data practices of educational technology providers inadvertently hinder educational equity
Juliane Jarke is a Senior Researcher at the University of Bremen, Germany. Her research focuses on public sector innovation, digital (in-)equalities and participatory design.Andreas Breiter is a Professor at the University of Bremen, Germany, and Scientific Director of the Institute for Information Management Bremen (ifib), working on information management, educational technologies and media/data literacies.