Symposium on Better Learning through Argumentation

  • 11 February 2019
    9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Building C
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Symposium on Better Learning through Argumentation

11th February 2019, 9.00-16.00, Building C

Department of Educational Sciences

Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University


Alina Reznitskaya, Ian A. G. Wilkinson: Assessing Comprehension and Production of Written Arguments in the Upper-Elementary Grades

Fabrizio Macagno: Coding relevance

Chrysi Rapanta: Making sense of argumentation as a pedagogical practice through three qualitatively different sensemaking activities

Adam Lefstein, Matan Barak: Dialogic Pedagogy, Univocal Texts: Advancing dialogue within the existing language arts curriculum

Christa Asterhan, Miriam Babichenko: Productive dialogue in the classroom staff room: Moving from the study of student argumentation to peer-led, teacher dialogue in PLCs

Markus Hähkiöniemi, Sami Lehesvuori, Pasi Nieminen, Jenna Hiltunen, Kaisa Jokiranta: What is “dialogic” in dialogic whole class argumentation in mathematics and physics?

Elisa Calcagni: Sharing rather than arguing. Reported and observed changes after a peer-facilitated TPD for dialogue in primary mathematics

Martin Sedlacek, Klara Sedova: Who argues in the classroom?

Roman Svaricek: Assessment of the quality of arguments in classroom discourse

Zuzana Šalamounová, Petr Fučík: Students’ participation in the context of their peer status

Cristian Manuel Santibañez Yañez: Towards a collective pedagogy of argumentation: from epistemic collective revision to individual robustness

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