Dialogic writing : Investigating writing and oral language development through dialogic pedagogies for students from a diverse low socio-economic community
Edwards-Groves, Christine and Davidson, Christina. (2021). Dialogic writing : Investigating writing and oral language development through dialogic pedagogies for students from a diverse low socio-economic community Wagga Wagga, NSW: Charles Sturt University.
|Authors||Edwards-Groves, Christine and Davidson, Christina|
[Extract] This report documents the actions of staff who participated in a longitudinal action research project focused on improving student writing through dialogic pedagogies at Red Hill Public School over the course of three school years, from mid-2018 - 2020. Action research conducted by teachers is a powerful way of changing education. In focusing on bringing about changes in their own classrooms, teachers can work to address on-going and challenging problems or issues that they experience individually, and across school contexts. Action research is an individual and collective professional learning endeavour. As a community of professional learners, educators may use action research to address educational transformation, teaching practice and the diversity of student backgrounds in schools: this is a challenging and ongoing form of action since the everyday conditions that contribute to that transformation, practice and diversity are always present and changing.
|Keywords||oral language; pedagogy; writing; diverse low socio-economic background; Regional NSW; action research; education; teaching and learning; dialogic pedagogy|
|Publisher||Charles Sturt University|
|Place of publication||Wagga Wagga, NSW|
|Research or scholarly||Research|
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|Deposited||04 May 2022|
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