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Alexander, R.J. (2001) Culture and Pedagogy, Blackwell, especially chapters 15 and 16, pp 391-528 http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0631220518,descCd-reviews.html
Alexander, R.J. (2008) Towards Dialogic Teaching: rethinking classroom talk (4th edition), Dialogos http://www.robinalexander.org.uk/docs/TDTform.pdf
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Hayes, R., & Matusov, E. (2005). Designing for dialogue in place of teacher talk and student silenceCulture and Psychology, 11(3), 339-357.
Hayes, R., & Matusov, E. (2005). From ‘ownership’ to dialogic addressivity: Defining successful digital storytelling projectsTechnology, Humanities, Education, Narrative (THEN) Journal, March 3, available online: http://thenjournal.org/feature/75.
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