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Subject: Ned med hendene, takk!
I dagens Telegraph kan vi lese at:

Those who are less willing to answer teachers' questions rapidly switch off when a minority dominate, according to Professor Dylan Wiliam, deputy director of the Institute of Education at London University.

Videre at professor Dylan:

[...] is pioneering an alternative technique in which all children in a class are made to answer questions, by writing their answers on small white boards they are given. They then reveal their answers simultaneously to the teacher. A variation is to ask all the children to answer a 'yes or no' question posed by a teacher, by holding their thumbs up or down.

He told The Sunday Times that the children and teachers "hated it at the beginning". He said: "The kids who were used to having a quiet time were rattled at having to do something; the ones who were used to showing off to the teacher were upset."

I den filosofiske samtalen ber vi alltid barna om å ta ned hendene mens andre legger frem tankene sine. Dette for å sikre mest mulig konsentrasjon om her og nå. Og det er gammelt nytt for enhver filosofisk samtaleleder at de flinke og ivrige elevene ofte misliker å bli begrenset på denne måten mens de mer tilbakeholdne kan føle seg brydd over å få mye mer oppmerksomhet enn de er vant til. Og også vi kan skrive under på at "they hate it in the beginning". Videre, ja- og nei-spørsmål, såkalt lukkede spørsmål, er noe vi bruker mye i den filosofiske samtalen, også det å skrive ned korte svar istedenfor å rekke opp hånden.

Så det kan virke som om professor Dylan prøver å oppfinne kruttet på nytt. Noen burde fortelle ham at de metodene han propaganderer for allerede utøves av filosofer og filosofiske praktikere over hele verden.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/7982665…
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