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Dialogue and Learning
Dialogue is central to learning from preschool to adulthood.  Focus on classroom discourse:  teachers and students using oral communication skills for learnng.
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Burlington School District awarded five-year, $2.26 million 21st century ... - vtdigger.org

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Burlington School District awarded five-year, $2.26 million 21st century ...
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Teacher's Discourse in Classroom and Its Influence to Student's ...

Based on the real mathematics classroom life, the characterization of thinking ability due to mathematics curriculum objective, the call of innovation ability by the state, we propose to do research in is:Relationship between ...
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Medical Communication Project: A Good Doctor Is A Good Communicator

Medical Communication Project: A Good Doctor Is A Good Communicator | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
This is my blog about 'Medical Sociolinguistics' http://t.co/lGrqO2W1Jc
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applied applied linguistics: No sociolinguistics of writing?

I'm amazed that it is only literally just now that the first major consideration of writing through the lens of sociolinguistics is being done -- Theresa Lillis' book The Sociolinguistics of Writing having just been published this month ...
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How children learn scientific thinking from their parents

How children learn scientific thinking from their parents | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
How children learn scientific thinking from their parents. Researchers in California have uncovered preliminary evidence for the way children acquire scientific "habits of thought" from their parents.
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Blog 4: Genre Pedagogy

Blog 4: Genre Pedagogy | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
After my third blog I promised I would give examples of how I have used the teaching and learning cycle in my own practice. However, I think I need to do one more explainer about the theoretical ba...
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Babies' brains may be tuned to language before birth

Babies' brains may be tuned to language before birth | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
Brain imaging shows that premature babies process speech in similar ways to adults.
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Language Development starts at birth, or before.

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Modeling: Essential for Learning

Modeling: Essential for Learning | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
Do you remember learning to tie your shoes? Or learning to bake a cake? Or learning to read? I'm guessing you did not learn by watching a video or listening to a lecture. You learned by being shown,
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Is modeling a form of dialogue?

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Editorial: Civil discourse - Themountainpress

Editorial: Civil discourse
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The governors agreed that being civil to one another is about respect, listening, and learning to disagree without being disagreeable.
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Reducing teacher talk

Reducing teacher talk and allowing more time in lessons for students to be active participants in their learning, is an important aspect of developing outstanding teaching and learning. In order to...
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The Learning Virtues

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A book on education cultures finds that the Chinese tend to define learning morally while Westerns define it cognitively.
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What does "learning" mean to you?

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What does learning mean to me? Being alive, changing.
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The educational value of dialogic talk in whole-class dialogue - ORBIT | Group work and interaction in language learning classrooms

The educational value of dialogic talk in whole-class dialogue - ORBIT | Group work and interaction in language learning classrooms | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
The educational value of dialogic talk in whole-class dialogue - ORBIT on Group work and interaction in language learning classrooms curated by Phil Chappell (The educational value of dialogic talk in whole-class dialogue - ORBIT | @scoopit
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SCAN-We're Critical to Thinking: Test Prep: Are we asking the right questions?

SCAN-We're Critical to Thinking: Test Prep: Are we asking the right questions? | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
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From dimes to dialogue: why civil discourse matters - phillyBurbs.com

From dimes to dialogue: why civil discourse matters - phillyBurbs.com | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
From dimes to dialogue: why civil discourse matters
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While reflecting on my father's life, I thought about the state of discourse around key issues of public policy.
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Teachers talk techniques at University of Redlands event - Redlands Daily Facts

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Teachers talk techniques at University of Redlands event
Redlands Daily Facts
Margarita Vance discusses how to connect with students through their cultures at a conference Saturday at the University of Redlands.
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John J. Gumperz, Who Mapped the Infrastructure of Spoken Language, Dies at 91 - The Atlantic Cities

John J. Gumperz, Who Mapped the Infrastructure of Spoken Language, Dies at 91 - The Atlantic Cities | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
The Atlantic Cities
John J. Gumperz, Who Mapped the Infrastructure of Spoken Language, Dies at 91
The Atlantic Cities
The sociolinguist John J. Gumperz, who died this week at the age of 91, spent his career thinking about these things.
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Top Ten Things to Know About IEPs - NCLD

Top Ten Things to Know About IEPs - NCLD | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
Learn the top ten facts parents need to know about IEP, individualized education plan for special needs.
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IEP's as a communication tool:  parent, child, teacher, princial, special educator

 

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Diana Laurillard: The Conversational Framework - an approach to Eva...

Diana Laurillard's presentation for the formative e-assessment project's dessimination event: http://projects.lkl.ac.uk/feasst/april-28th/ A version of this pre
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Mind your language – a language based approach to pedagogy « The Learning Spy

Mind your language – a language based approach to pedagogy « The Learning Spy | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
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The Importance of dialogue

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Phil Chappell's comment, April 19, 2013 5:14 PM
Hi Kamakshi I'd love to ...a travelling overseas but will be back next week to normal life!
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5 Tasks to Improve Your Child’s Reading Comprehension

5 Tasks to Improve Your Child’s Reading Comprehension | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
If you’re doing my March Reading Madness Challenge this week, now is a great time to try to improve your child’s ability to understand what he reads.  Here are 5 tasks to do just that: 1. Talk abou...
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Inquiry-Based Teaching: Discussing Literature

Inquiry-Based Teaching: Discussing Literature | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
Learn how to lead students in a discussion on literature using the inquiry based teaching method. This learning style demands that both students and teachers prepare for an in depth exchange of ideas.
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How reading Jane Austen stimulates your brain - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

How reading Jane Austen stimulates your brain - Pittsburgh Post Gazette | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
How reading Jane Austen stimulates your brain
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And Austen's novels, with their technique that literary scholars call "free indirect discourse," were the perfect vehicle. Austen's ...
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Parent-teacher talks positive for students - Victoria Times Colonist (blog)

Parent-teacher talks positive for students - Victoria Times Colonist (blog) | Dialogue and Learning | Scoop.it
Parent-teacher talks positive for students Victoria Times Colonist (blog) When my eight children attended schools many moons ago, we made it our duty and privilege to talk to the teachers, not only on parents' nights, but at any time when we felt...
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