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Pedagogy and student-teacher interactions

Posted on 11 Nov 2010 with 0 comments
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Teachers today are expected to work with more diverse communities than ever before and often the use of digital technologies can be involved. The use of digital technologies for learning in education can be argued to centre on the quality of the teaching especially the dialogue between the teacher and the students, as well as among the students themselves. An important piece of research by Denise Beutel (2010) about the quality of teacher-student relationships and pedagogic dialogue has much to guide the type of interactions that are appropriate for learning online. Her study, The Nature of Pedagogic Teacher-student Interactions: A Phenomengraphic Study highlights five different conceptions of pedagogic interactions as: Information providing Instructing Facilitating Guiding participation Mentoring.

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