When did going to the bathroom become big brother?

8 thoughts on “When did going to the bathroom become big brother?”

  1. As an educator and a parent, I can see both sides to this. Your point about females who are on their menstrual cycle or having certain conditions that necessitate more frequent trips to the restroom is well made. I do believe at some point , we have to stem the data collection and get back to the human element. I am aware of the stories who frequently leave my room, I discuss it with the nurse and their parents, without technology. In all things, there has to be balance.

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  2. My I personally feel that schools are becoming too reliant on technology when old fashioned personal communication would better equip our kids to deal with the real world. Technology has a place but this is too far.

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  3. Really interesting post and agree with comment above – there is no way this would be allowed in UK. The health and safety logging I can agree with but when the data is used for more than that (and removing the teacher student conversation) it seems to me that it tips into a breach of privacy.

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