Sharing Words: Theory and Practice of Dialogic Learning

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2000 - 133 pàgines
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Sharing Words may be an example of a new way of writing about educational theory and practice, one that results in a captivating and enjoyable experience that invites the reader to share and comment with colleagues, students, and friends.
 

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Principles of Dialogic Learning
1
Manuel A Life Spent Struggling against Cultural Inequalities
31
Lola From Illiterate to Creator of a Literary Circle
47
Chelo Subject of Her Own Transformation
65
Rocio Overcoming Ageism
79
Juan Decolonizing Everyday Life
91
Rosalia Dialogic Research
103
Antonio Gypsy Contribution to the Dialogue
113
Index
129
About the Author
134
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Dr. Ram n Flecha is professor of sociology and director of the Center for Social and Educational Research, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain. He has published extensively on education and critical social theory, including Critical Education in the New Information Age (with Manuel Castells, Paulo Freire, Donaldo Macedo, Henry A. Giroux, and Paul Willis: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999) and "Modern & Postmodern Racism: Dialogic Approach and Anti-Racist Pedagogies", published in 1999 in Harvard Educational Review (Vol. 69, 2).

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