Automatic classification of activities in classroom discourse

@article{Wang2014AutomaticCO,
  title={Automatic classification of activities in classroom discourse},
  author={Zuowei Wang and Xingyu Pan and Kevin F. Miller and Kai S. Cortina},
  journal={Computers & Education},
  year={2014},
  volume={78},
  pages={115-123}
}
Classroom discourse is the primary medium through which teaching and learning occur. Managed skillfully, it can provide an opportunity for students to develop their understanding and to profit from the ideas of their peers and the teacher. Yet it is difficult for teachers to be mindful of the nature and distribution of classroom discourse at the same time as they juggle other instructional concerns. It is possible to record, transcribe, and analyze classroom discourse, but it is not possible to… CONTINUE READING
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