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4.B. Explore it!

You can further explore more ideas regarding Interactive Groups and dialogic learning in the following papers:

- Flecha, R. & Soler, M. (2013) Turning difficulties into possibilities: engaging Roma families and students in school through dialogic learning, Cambridge Journal of Education, 43:4, 451-465, DOI: 10.1080/0305764X.2013.819068. PDF document.

- Gatt, S.; Ojalab, M. and Soler, M. (2001). Promoting social inclusion counting with everyone: Learning Communities and INCLUD-ED. International Studies in Sociology of Education. 21, 1, 33-47. Web.

- INCLUD-ED. (2009). Actions for success in schools in Europe. European Comission. PDF document.