Nice! I’m learning stuff. It’s similar to what I already do but it’s ‘a thing’. Thank you chatGPT for finding it. “Paulo Freire’s concept of “dialogic action” refers to a way of learning and teaching that emphasizes dialogue and collaboration as the key components of the learning process. In this approach, education is seen not just as a means of imparting knowledge, but as a means of empowering individuals to actively engage in the process of creating and transforming knowledge through dialogue. The following outlines the key components of Freire’s concept of dialogic action: 1) Reflection: Freire believed that the first step in the learning process is reflection. By reflecting on one’s own experiences and understanding of the world, individuals can gain new insights and perspectives, and begin to formulate questions and ideas for further exploration. 2) Dialogue: The second step in the learning process is dialogue, or the exchange of ideas between teacher and student. In this model, the teacher is not simply a source of information, but a partner in the learning process, engaging in dialogue with students to help them expand their understanding of the world. 3) Collaboration: The third step in the learning process is collaboration, or the co-creation of knowledge. In this model, knowledge is not seen as something that is simply transmitted from teacher to student, but as something that is created through the reciprocal exchange of ideas between teacher and student. 4) Empowerment: The ultimate goal of dialogic action is empowerment, or the ability of individuals to actively engage in the process of creating and transforming knowledge. By participating in dialogue and collaboration, individuals are able to gain new insights and perspectives, and are empowered to take an active role in shaping their own understanding of the world. These key components of dialogic action reflect Freire’s belief that education should be a reciprocal exchange of ideas between teacher and student, with the goal of empowering individuals to actively engage in the process of creating and transforming knowledge. By participating in dialogic action, individuals are able to gain a deeper understanding of the world, and are empowered to shape their own lives and communities.

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I described my learning process that I used to learn Philosophy online a few years back, and feeding answers back and forth between chatGPT and YouChat, YouChat came up with this as reference link: Dialogic learning. It’s apparently in that family somewhere. Now to see if I can find out which school of thought with in it.

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Oh my, it doesn’t have a name chatGPT? “what is this learning processes called?” The process you described, where you use your intuition as a guide and engage in conversation with others to understand different perspectives and fit into a larger framework, is not a specific learning process with a well-defined name. However, it could be considered a combination of experiential learning and social learning. Experiential learning involves learning through direct experience and reflection, while social learning involves learning through observing and interacting with others. Both of these approaches can be valuable in their own right and can complement each other well.

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