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Title: The Dialogic Turn in Educational Psychology
Author: Racionero, Sandra
Padrós, Maria
Keywords: Interacció educativa
Psicologia pedagògica
Interaction analysis in education
Educational psychology
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibersitatea
Abstract: The increasing presence of and claim for dialogue in today"s society has already had an impact on the theory and practice of learning. Whereas in the past individual and cognitive elements were seen as crucial to learning, since about two decades ago, scientific literature indicates that culture, interaction and dialogue are the key factors. In addition, the research project of highest scientific rank and with most resources dedicated to the study of school education in the Framework Program of the European Union: INCLUD-ED shows that the practices of successful schools around Europe are in line with the dialogic approach to learning. This article presents the dialogic turn in educational psychology, consisting of moving from symbolic conceptions of mind and internalist perspectives that focus on mental schemata of previous knowledge, to theories that see intersubjectivity and communication as the primary factors in learning. The paper deepens on the second approach.
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It is part of: Revista de Psicodidáctica / Journal of Psychodidactics , 2010, vol. 15, num. 2, p. 143-163
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ISSN: 1136-1034
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