Skryté determinanty komunikace ve skupinové reflexi praxe u studentů učitelství

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Title in English Hidden determinants of communication in group reflection of practice


Year of publication 2017
Type Conference abstract
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Description If we considered reflection as a key part of teacher training (Korthagen & Vasalos, 2005), then it is necessary to pay attention not only reflection as a phenomena, but also topic of support of reflection, which is not given enough attention (Bolinger & Stanton, 2014). Therefore, it is important to deal resembles a group reflection. Form of group reflection of practice will be examined from perspective of non-linguistic social signals, such as tone of voice, speed of speech, etc. Non-linguistic social signals can be considered for hidden determinants of communication, because the signals unconsciously influence of process and outcome of social interaction (Pentland & Heibeck , 2008) and based on these signals we can predict e.g. productivity (Olguín & Pentland, 2010). "By paying careful attention to the pattern of signaling within a social network, we can harvest tacit knowledge that is spread across all of the individual members of the network" (Pentland & Heibeck, 2008, p. xii).