Dialogic Pedagogy

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Dialogic Pedagogy by Mind Map: Dialogic Pedagogy

1. Collective

1.1. Students and teachers work together to complete learning tasks

1.1.1. Increased student engagement

2. Reciprocal

2.1. Students and teachers share and look at alternative viewpoints

2.1.1. Increased student awareness

2.1.2. Increased student openness to other views

3. Supportive

3.1. Students feel comfortable to express thoughts and opinions

3.1.1. Decreased student stress and fear

3.1.2. Positive classroom environment

4. Cumulative

4.1. Students and teacher work together to create meaningful inquiries

5. Purposeful

5.1. Teachers use classroom talk to address specific objectives

6. Equity

6.1. Which students are participating?

7. Respect

8. Expectations

9. Students are expected to contribute ideas

10. Minimizing Teacher Lectures

10.1. Rearrange classroom

10.1.1. Flipped Classroom Approach (https://www.unh.edu/it/flipped-classroom-blended-learning)

10.2. Allow time for dead silence before seeking answers

10.2.1. Increased Student Thinking

10.3. Reduce/Eliminate students raising hands

10.3.1. Increased participation of other students

11. Communication

12. IRE Model

12.1. Students too focused on providing responses