Dialogic learning is the framework from which to carry out the actions of successful learning communities. From this perspective of learning, based on a communicative conception, it is understood that people learn from interactions with others.
By the time we communicate, and we struck up a dialogue with others, give meaning to our reality. So we build knowledge from a plane first intersubjective, ie from the social, and gradually internalize it as a self-knowledge (intrasubjective).
According to the dialogical conception of learning, people need to learn the interaction situations. But not only need a large number of interactions, and that these are different, but also to establish dialogue must be based on a relationship of equality and power, which means that we all have knowledge to contribute, recognizing the cultural intelligence of all the people.
Through dialogue transform relationships, our environment and our own knowledge. So "Dialogic learning occurs in interactions that increase instrumental learning, encourage the creation of personal and social sense, are guided by principles of solidarity and where equality and difference values are compatible and mutually reinforcing." (In Aubert, A., Arrow, A., Garcia, C., Flecha, R.; Racionero, S. (2008). Dialogic Learning in the Information Society. Barcelona: Hypatia).
LEARNING THE 7 PRINCIPLES OF DIALOGIC
CREATION OF MEANING
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