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[Research News] A Two-Way Street: Mapping Dialogic Practices to Validate Student Contributions in the Classroom

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Updated Jul. 14, 2022
Roehl Sybing, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Global Communications, developed a framework for dialogic validation of language learners by analyzing the interactions between a teacher and students in EFL classrooms. This will eventually enhance equitable classroom discussion between the teacher and students.

Reference:
Roehl Sybing, “Dialogic validation: a discourse analysis for conceptual development within dialogic classroom interaction” (Classroom Discourse, June 8, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1080/19463014.2022.2079693)

For more details, please see the link below.
Research News: A Two-Way Street: Mapping Dialogic Practices to Validate Student Contributions in the Classroom (Website of Doshisha University Organization for Research Initiatives and Development)


This achievement has also been featured in the “EurekAlert!”.
A Two-Way Street: Mapping Dialogic Practices to Validate Student Contributions in the Classroom (EurekAlert!)
Students contributes to classroom dialogue, enabling knowledge co-construction

The proposed framework enables teachers to assess their students not only in terms of the target language and knowledge but also their topical knowledge and sociocultural identities.
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Roehl Sybing, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Global Communications, developed a framework for dialogic validation of language learners by analyzing the interactions between a teacher and students in EFL classrooms. This will eventually enhance equitable classroom discussion between the teacher and students.

Reference:
Roehl Sybing, “Dialogic validation: a discourse analysis for conceptual development within dialogic classroom interaction” (Classroom Discourse, June 8, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1080/19463014.2022.2079693)

For more details, please see the link below.
Research News: A Two-Way Street: Mapping Dialogic Practices to Validate Student Contributions in the Classroom (Website of Doshisha University Organization for Research Initiatives and Development)


This achievement has also been featured in the “EurekAlert!”.
A Two-Way Street: Mapping Dialogic Practices to Validate Student Contributions in the Classroom (EurekAlert!)
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