In this seminar we will present the main elements of the Nómadas del Conocimiento research project (2018-2022), starting from the concerns and problems that led us to propose the project, going through its troubled development in the midst of a pandemic and culminating in a closure with lights and shadows.
The accelerated changes produced from the introduction of the Internet in all societies, with neoliberalism as a banner, and its impact on the processes of knowledge generation and learning are at the roots of the project. In a previous project we already explored the new ubiquitous learning spaces (ecologies) and expanded education (ECOEC), verifying the new skills and competencies necessary to live in the 21st century.
From here, we propose the development of an exploratory study and critical analysis of the experiences of emerging pedagogies and disruptive practices in secondary education and to what extent these experiences allow the transformation of these school settings into a laboratory space for educational experimentation through the production of shared designs, prototypes of experiences and cultural products. In the case of the PROCIE Group, it is complemented by a FEDER project that takes up the experience of Nómadas del Conocimiento and continues with the mapping of innovative community practices in secondary education in the Andalusian Community.
Dra. Analía E. Leite Méndez
PhD in Educational Sciences from the University of Malaga and Bachelor of Educational Sciences from the National University of the Northeast, Argentina. Professor of the Department of Didactics and School Organization of the Faculty of Educational Sciences of the University of Malaga. She was previously a professor at the Faculty of Humanities of the National University of the Northeast, Argentina. Researcher and member of the ProCIE research group. She is the author of books and articles related to narratives and teacher identities, volunteering, learning and learning communities.
Dra. Rocío Anguita Martínez
PhD in Philosophy and Cc. Of Education (Pedagogy) by the University of Granada. University Professor in the Department of Pedagogy of the Faculty of Education and Social Work of the University of Valladolid. Currently, she teaches Information and Communication Technologies Applied to Education in the Social Education Degree, Education for Peace and Equality in the Master’s Degree, and Gender and Education in the Master’s Degree in Feminists Studies. Her lines of research focus on gender studies in education, digital technologies in education, youth and media literacy. Along these lines, she has an extensive track record of funded research and publications. She is the coordinator of the UVa Transdisciplinary Research Doctorate Program in Education.
To know more
Anguita Martínez, R. (Coord.) (2022). Desafíos y oportunidades para la educación secundaria en las sociedades del siglo XXI. Graó. ISBN: 978-84-18627-97-2.
Cortés-González, P., Leite-Méndez, A.E. y Rivas-Flores, J.I. (2020). Una experiencia disruptiva en educación secundaria: el caso del IES Esmeralda. Revista Educación, Política y Sociedad, 5(1), 85-103.
Leite, A., & Suárez, D. (2020). Narrativas, docencia universitaria e investigación educativa. Márgenes, Revista de Educación de la Universidad de Málaga, 1(3), 2-5.
Montes-Rodríguez, R., Fernández-Martín, A., & Massó-Guijarro, B. (2021). Disrupción Pedagógica en Educación Secundaria a través del uso analógico de Instagram: #Instamitos, un estudio de caso. Revista Complutense De Educación, 32(3), 427-438. https://doi.org/10.5209/rced.70399.
|THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24th|
Dra. Cristina Alonso
Proyecto I+D+I NOMADIS: Nómadas del conocimiento. Análisis de prácticas pedagógicas disruptivas en Educación Secundaria
Dra. Analía E. Leite
Dra. Rocío Anguita
|19:15||Debate and closure
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