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Connecting collaborative dialogue, assessment and student learning in literacy courses


Elizabeth

Alderton

Connecting collaborative dialogue, assessment and student learning in literacy courses

This study looked at three topics often discussed and debated in educational rhetoric: prior knowledge, collaborative dialogue and assessment. Separately, these topics are valued and seen as important in education, but is there value to purposely layering these practices in a classroom? This research investigated how collaborative dialogue impacted student learning, particularly when utilized to stimulate and deepen knowledge prior to an assessment.

CETL Starter Grant Award

2009-2010

Reading Education

1000.00


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