EDUCATIONAL WORK AND KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE CONFEDERATION OF EDUCATION WORKERS OF ARGENTINA
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This article is an effort to think about the idea of “systematization of educational work”, which proposes to limit reductionist perspectives that see the teacher as the executer and producer of knowledge. Hence, educational work must be understood as a problematization of the work of teachers itself, while their identity and position as social subjects are resignified. These events make them protagonists of an emancipatory and decolonial pedagogy. To this effect,the article develops the following expository moments: a) systematization of educational work: approaches and perspectives, b) “educational work” as an object of study: reflections on a social practice, c) who is the subject who constructs the object-problem... who problematizes?, d) why to systematize “educational work” in the current historical context? These sections seek to present a debate in the epistemic, conceptual, methodological, and practical levels, which allow a critical understanding of the conditions for the fulfillment of educational work, as well as its ruptures and continuities, from the perspective of an emancipatory pedagogy.
Universidad Pedagógica Nacional
FuenteNodos y Nudos; Vol. 4 Núm. 38 (2015): ene-jun; 15-24
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