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"¿Pero qué puedo hacer YO?" Quince propuestas auto/transformadoras - Carr, Paul
Education-students have often asked: "But
what can I do?". This sense that the educational experience is
primarily about transmitting skills and knowledge to students,
and not about some process of transformation, empowerment
and engagement with the world, is the focus of this paper. The
central argument is that educators can do something to
facilitate, inculcate and cultivate change, and that individual acts
can lead to some meaningful change.
The article invites educators and others to reflect on so as to be able to commence
the process of dialectical debate, meaningful engagement, and
contextualized action toward change.
Understanding that education is...
Y ahora... ¿quien podrá democratizarnos?Autonomia y diálogo intercultural vs. tutelaje y autoritarismo - Dibos, Alessandra
This paper argues that autonomy and intercultural dialogue should
become central tenets when rethinking and developing
democratic ethical, political and pedagogical projects in Peru
and other countries in the Latin American region
--mostly in those countries where dictatorial regimes and the strong
relationship between the Catholic Church and groups in power
have had an important impact on
the political culture.
The argument begins highlighting the primordial role of tutelage
in the Peruvian society, its links with authoritarianism and tirany,
and its opposition
to autonomy and liberty. That is to say
tutelage and authoritarianism
are identified as the main obstacles for the democratization of our societies.
from several authors, mainly from Nussbaum and Tubino,
Evaluación de un programa de fortalecimiento del aprendizaje basado en el uso de las TIC en el contexto ecuatoriano - Peñaherrera León, Mónica
The article presents data from a research focused on the evaluation of a program through the use of Information Technology (ICT) as a means of learning in public schools in the Oro Province of Ecuador. This article explains the content, the bases and procedures of the Project, �Mejoramiento de la Calidad de la Educación Pública para el fortalecimiento del Aprendizaje a través de las TIC: De tal palo, tal astilla�, it also describes the methodology used in the research. In this case we opted to use an ethnographic methodology, with case studies of three schools of the "Like father, like...
Implementación del Plan Ceibal en Uruguay: revisión de investigaciones y desafíos de mejora - Rodríguez Zidán, Eduardo; Teliz, Fabián Alejandro
Implementing policies to incorporate Information Technology and Communication (ICT) to the educational systems of Latin American societies is one of the most significant events of the past twenty years.
However, there is still no conclusive research on changing paradigms in teaching models, the specific impact of the new e-Learnig practices on learning in basic education, and how innovation is managed by the Administration, Ministries and Agencies driving.
In the same way, based on national background analysis, international comparative studies and contributions of the theory of educational change, we argue that the debate on the impact of the technological revolution and the implications...
En busca de la autonomía: Un análisis sociolingüístico de experiencias "asamblearias" - Heras Monner Sans, Ana Inés
In this essay I analize everyday practices and
discourses concerning the construction of autonomy. It is
argued that autonomous projects are those oriented by direct
participation of their members in the generation and
application of norms and expectations, as well as those which
are characterized by a search for equity, justice, freedom and
truth, contextualizing the latter as a way of pondering
different points of view and constructing critical knowledge
precisely because these differences are taken into account.
We focus our analysis on what counts as politics, welcoming a
basic definition on the term developed by Hannah Arendt
: a field...
Importancia de la literacidad multicultural: La educación cultural dentro y fuera del ámbito escolar - Taylor, Lisa; Hoechsmann, Michael
As the official multiculturalism policy
in Canada approaches its 40th anniversary, this article re-
examines the shifting premises, promises and processes of
multicultural education. We begin with the premise that while
official multiculturalism policy may be in crisis in a post-9/11
securitized world, and perhaps obsolescent in a �post-racial�
America/Canada, �multiculturalism from below� flourishes in
(mainly) urban spaces of lived relati
ons, and multicultural
education continues to hold unrealized potential. This article
reports on a quantitative survey of 942 Grade 10 and 11 students from 10 urban schools in 5 Canadian provinces that
takes some measure of �multicultural literacy,� and points to
lacunae and strengths in school curricula, as well...
Pedagogía crítica, acción dialógica y democracia participativa - Jaramillo, Nathalia
In this essay, the author discusses schooling in
the context of war, privatization, and the general neo-
liberal shift in education. Specifically, the author reflects on the
experiences of three schools in Medellin, Colombia, that are
found in the cross-hairs of an ongoing civil conflict. In contrast
to the prevailing ideologies and social conditions that limit the
full range of possibilities made available to youth to develop
their full human potential and participation in civic life, the
author makes an argument for critical democracy based on
Freire�s notion of dialogic action. Liberal and deliberative
models of democracy grounded in Western social theory are
also discussed. Specifically, the autor examines the work...
La esencia de lo político - Roiz Parra, Francisco Javier
The essay addresses
the question of
�What is Politics?�, starting with the
seminal answer of Aristotle, and reviewing
its assimilation by
other classic authors, especially Maimonides --
the great medieval and Sephardic thinker
. This analysis is done not only in behalf of
the history of political ideas,
for shedding new lights on some problems of contemporary politics: the roles
of language, rhetoric,
emotion and feelings;
the purpose of political science; and
between statecraft (public engineering)
(the government of one�s own life),
or between public life and
individual conscience --or
Finally, the essay
focuses on the notion of sound judgment or practical reason,
stressing the importance of freedom,
inventio and isegoria
as necessary building blocks of...
El "sujeto" de la revolución: fetiche supremo de los socialismos - Antillano, Pablo
The essay addresses the political involution of the Socialism of the
21st Century. Already finished the first decade of this century,
the expressions of its socialism in Venezuela and Latin America
apparently have lost their innovative promises, returning --in
theory and in practice-- to the notions that characterized
socialism on the two precedent centuries. At first associated
with democratic practices (clean electoral processes,
Consitutional formalities, separation of powers, citizen�s
participation and civic and political freedoms), today, ten years
later, it is been associated with the well-known features of real socialism: State centralism, single political party, freedoms�
restrictions and authoritarianism. Theoretically, any possible
innovation has been replaced by 19th
Including the one...
Promoviendo las competencias morales y democráticas: expresarse y escuchar a otros26 - Lind, Georg
the meaning, measurement and fostering of democratic
competencies. As demonstrated in many national
constitutions, international declarations and surveys, most
people around the world value the moral ideals of democracy.
Yet, in everyday life, we seldom li
ve up to those ideals. In
order to close that gap, we need to cultivate democratic
competencies through education, teaching students to speak
up and listen to others --most of all, to those that have
opposing views. But in most schools, democracy education
is confined to the conveying of declarative textbook knowledge,
when it should be aimed mainly to fostering the tacit or
procedural knowledge required for solving social conflicts
through nonviolent deliberation (or rational arguments...
Formación ética y afectividad: entre las concepciones de los educadores y su genuina importancia - Tognetta, Luciene Regina Paulino; Liccardi, Livia; Leite, Luciana; Morishita, Marly
Descriptive study fullfilled
in private and public
schools of a
state of Sao
in order to: a) examine teacher�s notions about
affectivity in school; and b) to identify the forms of work with
feelings expression that teachers use for dealing with
conflicting situations. The relevance of affectivity for adequate
ns and effective learning is well
However, many times it seems that teacher�s conceptions
about the work with affectivity are very narrow minded.
Affectivity was defined here from a Piagetian approach, as an
energy for action: a set of emotions and
feelings invested in
interpersonal relations and in the relation with self. Two
research instruments were used. The first designed with
multiple choice questions, the second...
Criterios para evaluar proyectos educativos de aula que incluyen al computador - Vacca Errazquin, Ana María
In this paper, we present a vision for integrating technology in education. It focuses on the whole process of teaching and learning, beyond dominant technocentrism. We describe the challenges and major breaks that this vision implies. From that perspective, we study the consequences in order to obtain significant effects on learning by the use of technology and for assessing those effects.
Referring to international studies, we show that transforming teaching practices and quality of learning improvements through the use of technology, is still pending.
We introduce a model to use ICT (Information and Communication Technology) in classroom educational projects including technology and...
Enfoque y metodología para evaluar la calidad del proceso pedagógico que incorpora TIC en el aula - Román, Marcela; Cardemil, Cecilia; Carrasco, Alvaro
The article presents an account of an evaluation that supported by an ethnographic observation strategy, delves into the use given to technology resources in the classroom and its effects on the students learning. Based on the framework of effective teaching, it uses a typology structured on three axes: purpose of education, use of ICT and impact on students. Through this strategy it describes, analyses and characterizes the educational process that incorporates ICT and their impact on the appropriation of concepts, contents, and stimulation of skills and required attitudes to achieve the sought-after learning. The type of information and reported results,...
From Their Perspective: parental Involvement in the UAE - Moussa Inaty, Jase; De La Vega, Esperanza
The purpose of this paper is to share findings from a mixed-method study that explores, from the perspective of Emirati parents, what it means to be involved in their children´s education. The study is built upon the idea that in order to provide culturally responsive family-school involvement practices and recommendations, it would serve us, as educators and researchers to investigate and understand Emirati parents´ beliefs about the educational choices they have for their children and their "involvement" in this process. The instrument used for data collection was a survey and included open-ended questions. Generally, the results suggest that parents viewed...
Classroom Interaction and Pedagogic Practice: a Bernsteinian Analysis - Smith, Stephanie C.
Language development through social interaction is a key element in early childhood pedagogy. Because children enter prekindergarten programs at an age in which language and social competencies are still developing, teachers of young children have a unique role in this key stage of development. However, the ways in which teachers socially construct their own roles as instructors and facilitators has a significant impact on the ways that they use language and interact with children in their classrooms. This subsequently affects the manner by which children learn to interact with each other. This is a Bernsteinian analysis of a dual case...
How Should We Teach Diverse Students?: critical Race Approach to Explore Diversity Issues in the US K-12 Schools - Shimomura, Fuyu
Given the increasing trend of student diversity, assuring equitable educational access and environments have become an impending issue in the US K-12 schools. As race has been a huge determinant of the equal educational access for long time, this paper explores how the race influences the educational equity in the school building. The paper also addresses the issue of teacher quality; how would it be possible to educate teachers that know how to teach racially, linguistically and socioeconomically diverse student populations.
A Cross-Country Comparisons of Student Achievement: the Role of Social Values - Voicu, Bogdan
This paper looks at country-average results in surveys of student-achievements like PISA, PIRLS or TIMSS. As other recent papers do, I advance the idea that the between-countries differences are determined by cultural factors. Focusing on the macro-level, I discuss social values as part of the contextual determinants for student achievement. Values are defining features of the unwritten, but powerful, hidden curriculum, and are likely to have strong impact on learning. I combine macro-data computed from the values surveys (EVS/WVS 1990-2008), respectively PISA, TIMSS, and PIRLS (1999-2009). Cross-classified models assess the effect of dominant social values on student achievement. The findings...