Welcome to week two!
In this module we will discuss what we mean by educational dialogue and review categories of dialogue in a way for you to reuse and present to your colleagues. The module will also provide basic theories behind educational dialogue and a summary of related research findings and evidence that dialogue promotes student learning. Your objective this week is to revisit this theory and impact and consider how it is applicable to your setting specifically and how you can present it to your colleagues in an engaging and accessible way to promote buy-in.
Save the date! Join us during our Virtual Co-working Space on Saturday, Oct 30th between 2-4pm GMT+1 (London time). Pop in anytime to ask a question or just to say ‘hi’. These virtual co-working spaces provide an opportunity to speak with your course peers to trouble-shoot any issues you’re working through or just to work through the activities at the same time so you’re not alone in your studies. Bring a cup of tea and join us!
Please note that a video for the week will be uploaded by October 25th.
This week’s readings and resources are as follows:
Activities for the week will be uploaded by October 25th.
If you’re available, join us at any point during our Virtual Co-working Space on Saturday, Oct 30th between 2-4pm GMT+1 (London time). Meeting details as follows:
MOOC Virtual Co-working Space
Saturday, 30 October · 2pm-4pm GMT+1 (London time)
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/wup-etda-bqa
Or dial: (US) +1 402-322-2243 PIN: 954 609 315#
A discussion forum task will be uploaded by October 25th in the week two discussion forum channel.