Setting up the right dialogue

10th November 2000 at 00:00
Would anyone disagree with the statement that we need to encourage children to think and question more rather than just absorb? Dialogue Works, a site by teachers, tries to do just that. They argue hat by encouraging and training the process of careful listening, questioning assumptions, reflecting and thinking in conversation we will improve learning.

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