The Meaning and Construction of the Dialogical Teacher Training

Suyue WANG

Abstract


Dialogical teacher training is an important way to promote the efficiency of the teacher training. It is based on the interactions between trainer teachers, training contents and trainee teachers, including construction of dialogical relationship between trainer teachers and trainee teachers, dialogical relationship between trainee teachers themselves, and dialogical relationship among trainee teachers.


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Dialogical teacher training; Trainer teachers; Trainee teachers

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8912

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