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A Typology for an Online Socrates Café


by Jody Piro & Gina Anderson — 2016


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 118 Number 5, 2016, p. 1-26
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 19365, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 8:19:28 AM
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  • Jody Piro
    Western Connecticut State University
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    JODY S. PIRO, Ed.D. is an Associate Professor in the Doctor of Education in Instructional Leadership program at Western Connecticut State University. She has been involved in education for over twenty-five years in K-12 as a social studies teacher and as a dean and principal, and in higher education as a professor and dissertation director. Dr. Piro’s current scholarly interests focus on integral instruction and problematizing discussion for critical analysis and civil discourse. Dr. Piro is the author of the book 10 Dilemmas in Teaching with Discussion: Managing Integral Instruction, which will be published in 2016. Her most recent publications with co-author Gina Anderson include, Discussions in Socrates Café: Implications for Critical Thinking in Teacher Education, Managing the Paradoxes of Discussion Pedagogy, and A Partnership in a Pedagogy of Process: Conversations about Co-teaching Critical Analysis.
  • Gina Anderson
    Texas Woman’s University
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    GINA ANDERSON, Ed.D. is an Associate Professor of Teacher Education and the Interim Associate Dean College of Professional Education Program at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas. Prior to her work at TWU, Dr. Anderson taught several years of elementary and middle school in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and served as a student teacher supervisor and teaching and research assistant at Oklahoma State University. Culturally-responsive teaching strategies and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning guide her research and scholarly interests. Her most recent publications with co-author Jody Piro include, Discussions in Socrates Café: Implications for Critical Thinking in Teacher Education, Managing the Paradoxes of Discussion Pedagogy, and A Partnership in a Pedagogy of Process: Conversations about Co-teaching Critical Analysis.
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