Lections through Lecture Performance. Making forgotten conflicts visible through International and Comparative Education

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https://doi.org/10.5944/reec.40.2022.31171

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conflicto, educación en emergencias, educación internacional, educación comparada, lecture performance

Resumen

En el escenario supra e internacional, el conflicto y la educación en países involucrados en conflictos armados se han convertido en una poderosa raison d’être tanto de instituciones como de la academia, que han venido desentrañando diversos temas desde política y organización, además de la didáctica educativas. La Educación Comparada e Internacional está redefiniendo sus rasgos y elementos ontológicos y contribuye a estos temas, dado su carácter plural y ecléctico.

A la luz de lo anterior, este artículo tiene como objetivo presentar la investigación y los resultados de un proyecto educativo innovador que se apoya en la Educación Internacional para resaltar la situación de la educación en países en conflicto. La propuesta recoge diferentes acciones de innovación metodológica, todas con un hilo conductor: la implementación de técnicas basadas en el drama en el aula, en particular, la Lecture-Performance, un concepto híbrido que combina la investigación y el trabajo autónomo del alumnado con los recursos básicos de la práctica teatral. Esta metodología de enseñanza fomenta el desarrollo de la creatividad, la originalidad, la espontaneidad y potencia la responsabilidad, la tolerancia y la empatía, como se muestra en los resultados.

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María Jesús Martínez Usarralde, Universitat de València

Premio “Manuel Castillo” de estudios y divulgación en Cooperación para el Desarrollo Humano y la Paz (2012). Premio SEEC “Ángel González Hernández” al mejor artículo sobre temas comparados del año 2016. Profesora Titular del Departamento de Educación Comparada e Historia de la Educación de la Facultad de Filosofía y Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad de Valencia (España). Sus intereses de investigación se centran en los temas de Educación Comparada e Internacional, Cooperación al Desarrollo y educación, inclusión y mediación educativa e intercultural, así como metodologías de aprendizaje en la universidad. como el aprendizaje de servicio

Pablo Álvarez Dominguez, Universidad de Sevilla

“Premio Educa Abanca, 2020”. 3er Mejor profesor universitario de España. Profesor del Departamento de Teoría e Historia de la Educación y Pedagogía Social de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad de Sevilla (España). Es miembro del grupo de escelencia de investigación “Historia, memoria y patrimonio de la educación”, que se financia a través del Plan de Investigación de la Universidad de Andalucía. y museología de la educación y pedagogía museística. Fundador del Museo de la Educación de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad de Sevilla, actualmente es secretario de su comisión ejecutiva; fue secretario de la Sociedad Española para el Estudio del Patrimonio Histórico Educativo (SEPHE) (2012-20)

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2021-12-23

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Martínez Usarralde, M. J., & Álvarez Dominguez, P. (2021). Lections through Lecture Performance. Making forgotten conflicts visible through International and Comparative Education . Revista Española De Educación Comparada, (40), 91–111. https://doi.org/10.5944/reec.40.2022.31171

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