Debate and Dialogue in Correctional Settings describes how debate can be integrated into existing classroom activities. It offers a new model for debate that emphasizes respectful dialogue, acknowledging counter evidence, and audience participation to facilitate meaningful learning. The model makes extensive use of diagrams, idea maps, and other visual approaches. The DDD model also promotes a range of practical skills, including critical thinking skills, associated more broadly with learning. Perhaps of most utility is the inherent flexibility of the model in meeting the needs of different instructors and classrooms.
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Johannes Wheeldon is a postdoctoral research fellow at Washington State University and teaches philosophy at the Coyote Ridge Correctional Center in Connell, Washington. Ricardo B. Chavez teaches Basic Skills, ESL, GED, and American history classes for Walla Walla Community College at Coyote Ridge Corrections Center. Joe Cooke works for Walla Walla Community College at the Washington State Penitentiary and judges high school debate competitions throughout Washington.
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