I am not too sure what you mean.
But I use very old-fashioned methods of getting my students to observe
lessons and home in on samples of dialogue in the classroom. This is
then analysed for interactive learning, teaching, etc.
It is great, and as there is just so much that can be done with these
samples. We have had fun with class analysis when students present
their observations. This discussion in itself can be analysed!
On 6 Jan 2006, at 17:44, email@example.com wrote:
> Does anyone have an excellent observation tool of children, any ages
> from infant, toddler, or preschooler to observe Vygotsky's "theory in
> The texts I use are quite weak for my community college students but I
> would really, really like to help them get a great "theory in
> practice" experience.
> Of course, I will credit you.....
> Thanks in advance for any help you might offer!
> Wendy Sanders
> College of the Desert, Palm Desert, CA, USA
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