Moc v dialogickém vyučování

Klára Šeďová

Abstrakt

Cílem této studie je prozkoumat mocenské vztahy mezi učitelem a žáky v kontextu tzv. dialogického vyučování, to znamená takového typu výuky, v němž je stimulována aktivní účast žáků na výukové komunikaci. Článek na datech z výzkumu zaměřeného na zavádění dialogických postupů do vyučování humanitních předmětů na druhém stupni základní školy ukazuje, že v dialogickém vyučování dochází k cirkulaci moci mezi učitelem a žáky. To znamená, že nastavení vzájemných vztahů mezi učiteli a žáky umožňuje funkční přelévání moci mezi oběma stranami. V příspěvku jsou dále identifikovány dílčí elementy cirkulace moci, jimiž jsou snížení dominance učitele a dosažení shody na definici situace mezi učitelem a žáky.

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Šeďová, K. (2015). Moc v dialogickém vyučování. Pedagogická orientace, 25(1), 32–62. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5817/PedOr2015-1-32

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moc; dialogické vyučování; výuková komunikace

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