Enseñar y aprender en una época de pandemia


  • Eduardo F. Lopez University of California at Los Angeles



Palabras clave:

formación del profesorado, justicia social en la formación docente, escuelas urbanas, pedagogía crítica


Este artículo explora las implicaciones del trabajo de Antonia Darder “Reflexiones sobre la democracia cultural y la escolarización” (en este número) con respecto a la pedagogía del autor del trabajo en tanto que educador del profesorado que prepara candidatos para trabajar en escuelas públicas urbanas durante la pandemia. El autor ilustra cómo integra la pedagogía culturalmente democrática de Darder en su enseñanza. El trabajo pone especial énfasis en cómo su autor ayuda a los postulantes a profesores a analizar el papel de la ideología en ocultar y legitimar estructuras de poder, guiando a los candidatos a plasmar sus experiencias vividas en el currículum y a desarrollar su voz, así como a cultivar su capacidad de entender la enseñanza como un acto moral y político.


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Cómo citar

Lopez, E. F. (2022). Enseñar y aprender en una época de pandemia. Aula De Encuentro, (Extra1), 164–179. https://doi.org/10.17561/ae.vextra1.7342