Australian Journal of Teacher Education
Cultural and Intercultural Education: Experiences of Ethnoeducational Teachers in Colombia.
This article focuses on the analysis of the pedagogical component of ethno-educational experiences developed in different departments of Colombia. A qualitative methodology that integrated a systemic explanatory analysis model was chosen for this study together with a content analysis of these experiences from a systemic point of view, in order to consider those educational practices as the expression of interests, struggles, relationships and social dynamics. The text includes a fragment on the emergence of ethno-educational processes in Latin America and examines the conceptualization of the term, the objectives, the emphasis given in literature to political empowerment, the struggle for preserving culture, and the debates concerning the need to focus on the pedagogical component of the ethno-educational experience. The results of this analysis confirm the importance that struggles of Afro-descendant and indigenous peoples have had in strengthening pedagogical processes in the ethno-educational proposal in Colombia.
Flores H., Irma A. and Palacios Mena, Nancy
"Cultural and Intercultural Education: Experiences of Ethnoeducational Teachers in Colombia.,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 43
, Article 4.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol43/iss7/4
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education Commons, Elementary Education and Teaching Commons, Indigenous Education Commons