A case study of a transition to dialogic teaching as a process of gradual change
Šeďová, K. (2017). A case study of a transition to dialogic teaching as a process of gradual change. Teaching and Teacher Education, 67, 278-290.
The aim of this case study was to examine a process of gradual change in teaching practices during a development programme on dialogic teaching. The change process was seen to be non-linear. It included stages of regression – caused by a disharmony among the elements of dialogic teaching: indicators, principles and methods – and stages of progress which, on the contrary, came into effect when the partial elements were successfully brought into a harmonious relationship. The reflective interviews played a key role in the process of change, providing a tool for recognising disharmony and for creating a plan to overcome it.
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