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A discourse of 'performativities' and 'fabrications' in performance management for teachers

Naidu, Shamalin

Abstract:
Performance Management clearly illustrates an attempt by the State to control the work of teachers by making them more efficient, more effective and more accountable. This article will critically scrutinise this bureaucratic process and amplify the voices of those being controlled and will highlight first-hand accounts of how teachers employ defence mechanisms ‘performativities' and 'fabrications’ in order to resist evaluation as a form of bureaucratic and ideological control

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Title of Paper: A discourse of 'performativities' and 'fabrications' in performance management for teachers
Publisher: Dr Sham Naidu
City: Australia


Date:2010
Document Type:Other (Not Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Contributory Studies and Research Approaches
Country:International
Keywords:Performance Appraisal, Teachers, Teacher Appraisal


File Size:294 KB
Additional information:Paper presented at an International Educational Conference in Western Australia
Date Added:05 October 2010


Naidu, Shamalin (2010). A discourse of 'performativities' and 'fabrications' in performance management for teachers.