Dialogic Interactions in Digital Contexts: Multimodal, Multilevel and Temporal analyses. Linking Discourses in a Wiki: Analysis of Primary Students’ Dialogic Interactions Across Time-spaces and Communicative Modes
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The pervasive use of digital technologies in the ‘post truth’ era creates educational challenges as well as opportunities. In this session, we explore innovative ways of analyzing how young people can learn to engage in constructive dialogue through or around digital platforms. Taking a primarily methodological focus, we explore strategies researchers may use to analyze multimodal and multilevel dialogic interaction in technology-mediated learning environments. Further, we outline and consider challenges facing researchers in this area. Only by acknowledging such issues can we develop analytical strategies to mitigate against these in the future. Structured to maximize interaction, the session will promote sharing of ideas between those interested in approaches to analyzing the role of technology in supporting productive dialogue for learning.
Is part ofAERA 2019: “Leveraging education research in a post-truth era: Multimodal narratives to democratize evidence”, Toronto, Canada, 5-9 April 2019
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