Inquiry and Dialogue in Teaching and Learning

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Bakhtin

Fecho: "Feasts of Becoming:
Imagining a Literacy Classroom Based on Dialogic Beliefs"

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Vygotsky

Warford:
"The Zone of Teacher Development"

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Clarke: "Action Research, Pedagogy, and Activity Theory: Tools Facilitating Two Instructors’
Interpretations of the Professional Development of Four Preservice Teachers"

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Transition to Teacher Inquiry

Problem Posing
Essential Question

Investigation

Classroom Application
Presentation

Dewey
Wilhelm: "Inquiring Minds Learn to Read, Write, and Think: Reaching All Learners through Inquiry"

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Freire
Perry: "What is Literacy? – A Critical Overview of Sociocultural Perspectives"

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Dialogue

Teacher

With Self

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With Other Teachers
Putnam: "What Do New Views of Knowledge and Thinking Have to Say about Research on Teacher Learning?"

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Student

With Others

With Self and Text
Steenson: "Learning Logs in the Science Classroom: The Literacy Advantage"

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Inquiry

Why Inquiry

Teacher's Role

Critical Lens

Delpit:
"The Silenced Dialogue:
Power and Pedagogy in Educating Other People's Children"

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Gee:
"Literacy, Discourse, and Linguistics: Introduction"

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Simmons:
"Class on Fire:
Using the Hunger Games Trilogy
to Encourage Social Action"

Classroom

Dialogic
Alfassi: "The Efficacy of a Dialogic Learning Environment in Fostering Literacy" Zimmerman: "Reflective Teaching Practice: Engaging in Praxis"

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