Exploring teacher contributions to student argumentation quality

Název: Exploring teacher contributions to student argumentation quality
Autor: Oyler, Joe
Zdrojový dokument: Studia paedagogica. 2019, roč. 24, č. 4, s. [173]-198
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    1803-7437 (print)
    2336-4521 (online)
Type: Článek
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The purpose of this study was to improve our understanding of how experienced teachers contribute to student argumentation quality during classroom inquiry dialogue. Analysis of discussion transcripts, teacher interviews, and shared review of discussion video identified a set of seven teacher moves used by three experienced teachers in support of student argumentation. Analysis further suggested the moves were enlisted to serve two primary purposes – to clarify the process and the product of the inquiry dialogue.
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