Approach to Dialogic Learning

Dialogic learning

He dialogue Is a genuinely human phenomenon, through which we give meaning and meaning to all that surrounds us.

Through the word and the gestures, we approach those things that escape our understanding, at the same time that we make experience and learn as we approach the unknown Humanizing it And transforming it with the tools we acquired along the way.

In fact, we can say that we do not learn something completely until we are able to transmit it, so that the other person Stay in equality Of conditions against the knowledge of what We explain

Dialogue brings us the need to argue, defend, give an opinion, etc. To the doubts that may arise on the part of the person with whom Dialogue, this opens other points of view about what we have learned and brings us to other issues that we had not Raised

The lack of dialogue not only leads to misunderstandings, but also is the source of abuses of power between people who, even under the same Circumstances, they collaborate to achieve a common goal.

The language of understanding is not jargon full of Technicalities Or full of insider information. The language of understanding is the language of experiences, which contributes to the people who are dialoguing the right to intervene, Defending, criticizing, proposing, opining, etc. About what is being talked about because they live it or have it nearby.

Understanding is never in the hands of the teacher

You can not get the student to understand something that is alien to him, but it can increase the probability that the student is interested and Have more curiosity, Generating in him the need to satisfy that concern. This approach is always done through the word, in the form of a question, and through
Cooperation and dialogue between those who have the same questions because they are also united by the objective of responding to them.

Therefore, a good Teacher is not the good speaker, but the one who is able to infect his students with that curiosity that made him interested in what he is now explaining.

The good teacher is that Which makes available to students what they know, without technicalities, generating equality, focus of questions and answers, bringing the concepts closer to the Reality of the students and above all, offering them the right to criticize, to reflect, to express opinions, to intervene, etc. About what he says, because we must have
Present that he will not fully learn the lesson or the syllabus he is giving without the intervention of his students, through his doubts and Constructive dialogue that occurs in class and that makes knowledge cohesion.

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