Moroccan mothers’ involvement in dialogic literary gatherings in a Catalan urban primary school: Increasing educative interactions and improving learning

@article{deBotton2014MoroccanMI,
  title={Moroccan mothers’ involvement in dialogic literary gatherings in a Catalan urban primary school: Increasing educative interactions and improving learning},
  author={Lena de Botton and Sandra Girbes and Laura Ruiz and Itxaso Tellado},
  journal={Improving Schools},
  year={2014},
  volume={17},
  pages={241 - 249}
}
This article analyses a case study on Moroccan mothers’ involvement in the Dialogic Literary Gathering (DLG) in an urban primary school in Catalonia (Spain). DLG is a dialogic learning environment that improves reading skills and communicative abilities and promotes school–community links. This activity has been identified in previous European Union (EU)–funded large scale research, the INCLUD-ED project, as a successful educational action. Children’s results in standardised tests reported a… 
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