• ISSN: 2155-7993
  • Journal of Modern Education Review

Educations or Trainings, Similar Looks of Different Conceptualizations of Themselves and Themselves: Involuntary Reproduction
or Political Intentionality?

Ana Elizabeth Hernández Espino1,2

(1. Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain; 2. National University of Entre Ríos, Argentina)

Abstract: In a whirlwind of changes and resignifications, our critical educational world tries to capture the power of the word in its texts (Freire). Problematizations that lead to raising awareness of the use of the word as an end in itself, rescuing some and discarding others (Piaget and Vygotsky). These conscious conditions wander in denatured pedagogical processes, as is the case of Popular Education. There are different educations and formations that in an involuntary reproductive way tend to confirm a historical narrative about what is to educate and what is to form, constructions typical of their contexts (Saussure). Educational experiences in Argentina and Uruguay linked to a decolonizing deconstruction, resignify the use of the word in a conscious way, as a pedagogical process.

        Key words: popular education, word, Argentina, Uruguay

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