Why We Are in Need of Pedagogical Sciences (as Design Sciences) A Few Brief Notes

Por qué necesitamos de ciencias pedagógicas (como ciencias del diseño) Unas breves notas

Por que precisamos de ciências pedagógicas (como ciências do design) breves notas

  • Jan Masschelein Laboratorio de Educación y Sociedad y Grupo de investigación Educación, Cultura y Sociedad, Universidad de Leuven
Publicado
2015-05-12

El texto propone una aproximación a los conceptos educación, aprendizaje y enseñanza desde el diseño de la escuela. El análisis se sitúa en campo de las Ciencias pedagógicas y a partir del concepto de ‘enseñanza’ propone una mirada que va más allá de la crítica al aprendizaje, formulando formas de resistencia activa y compromiso imaginativo. Tres elementos son centralesen este ejercicio: primero, entender la pedagogía desde la figura del pedagogo; segundo, entender la escuela como un tipo particular de tiempo y como una manera particular para hacer frente al desafío existencial, antropológico y social; y tercero, entender las ciencias pedagógicas como ciencia de diseño (experimental) de la escuela.

Palabras clave: Educación, aprendizaje, escuela, ciencias pedagógicas, pedagogía, ciencia de diseño experimental (es)
Educação, aprendizagem, escola, ciências pedagógicas, pedagogia, ciência do design experimental. (pt)
Pedagogue, pedagogy, design, school, pedagogical sciences, experimental design science (en)
Jan Masschelein, Laboratorio de Educación y Sociedad y Grupo de investigación Educación, Cultura y Sociedad, Universidad de Leuven

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Masschelein, J. (2015). Why We Are in Need of Pedagogical Sciences (as Design Sciences) A Few Brief Notes. Pedagogía y Saberes, (43), 91.110. https://doi.org/10.17227/01212494.43pys91.110

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Masschelein, Jan. 2015. «Why We Are in Need of Pedagogical Sciences (as Design Sciences) A Few Brief Notes». Pedagogía y Saberes, n.º 43 (mayo):91.110. https://doi.org/10.17227/01212494.43pys91.110.

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Masschelein, J. (2015) «Why We Are in Need of Pedagogical Sciences (as Design Sciences) A Few Brief Notes», Pedagogía y Saberes, 0(43), p. 91.110. doi: 10.17227/01212494.43pys91.110.

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Masschelein, J. «Why We Are in Need of Pedagogical Sciences (as Design Sciences) A Few Brief Notes». Pedagogía y Saberes, n.º 43, mayo de 2015, p. 91.110, doi:10.17227/01212494.43pys91.110.

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Masschelein, Jan. «Why We Are in Need of Pedagogical Sciences (as Design Sciences) A Few Brief Notes». Pedagogía y Saberes0, no. 43 (mayo 12, 2015): 91.110. Accedido febrero 26, 2021. https://revistas.pedagogica.edu.co/index.php/PYS/article/view/3873.

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Masschelein J. Why We Are in Need of Pedagogical Sciences (as Design Sciences) A Few Brief Notes. Pedagog. saberes [Internet]. 12 de mayo de 2015 [citado 26 de febrero de 2021];0(43):91.110. Disponible en: https://revistas.pedagogica.edu.co/index.php/PYS/article/view/3873

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