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Capturing dialogue in learning

Harry McMahon

Capturing dialogue in learning

by Harry McMahon

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Published by ESRC-InTER Programme, Department ofPsychology, University of Lancaster in Lancaster .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementHarry McMahon and Bill O"Neill.
SeriesOccasional paper / InTER -- 18/90, Occasional paper (ESRC-InTER Programme) -- 18/90.
ContributionsO"Neill, Bill., ESRC-InTER Programme.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13965980M

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Here are a few quotes from The : Esther Lombardi. Denis Johnson once said that dialogue isn’t about what characters are saying, but what’s left unsaid.

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The Ramus visual learning approach went viral at that time and had a major impact on education and learning (see my review on Walter Ong’s classic book on the subject, Ramus, Method, and the Decay of Dialogue: From the Art of Discourse to the Art of Reason).

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Authentic and enduring learning occurs when the teacher is an active agent in the process—not passive, nor an audience, not a client or a collector.

Teacher learning becomes more active through experimentation and inquiry, as well as through writing, dialogue, and questioning.Learning floats on a sea of talk and the world often presents itself to us in the form of stories. For every writer, dialogue becomes a powerful tool when the creation of stories is the focus.

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