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Church2017
BibType ARTICLE
Key Church2018
Author(s) Amelia Church, Angela Mashford-Scott, Caroline Cohrssen
Title Supporting children to resolve disputes
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Tag(s) EMCA, Children's disputes, Teacher Intervention
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Year 2018
Language English
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Journal Journal of Early Childhood Research
Volume 16
Number 1
Pages 92-103
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Abstract

Teacher intervention in children’s disputes most commonly features cessation strategies, despite evidence showing the value of modelling problem-solving behaviours. Existing research has categorized strategies used by teachers in early childhood settings, but in this article we aim to illustrate how these practices are realized. Using the method of conversation analysis, we are able to show how children respond to different interventions, and in particular, how successful modelling of problem solving can be achieved with 4-year-old children. The extracts in this article make a case for the close study of teacher–child interactions and demonstrate how educators can support children to resolve their own disputes.

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