Núm. 31 (2021): enero - junio
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TOOLS IN VIRAL TIMES: QUESTIONING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGIES IN MEXICAN SCHOOLING PRACTICES

Alonso Casanueva
Semblanza
Enviado septiembre 18, 2020
Aceptado octubre 8, 2020
Publicado enero 1, 2021
Cómo citar
Casanueva, A. (2021). TOOLS IN VIRAL TIMES: QUESTIONING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGIES IN MEXICAN SCHOOLING PRACTICES. Revista Panamericana De Pedagogía, (31). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.up.edu.mx/RPP/article/view/2124

Resumen

From 1929 to 1932, the German critical theorist Walter Benjamin broadcast a radio show intended for children, «Enlightenment for Children» (Aufklärung für Kinder). His program consisted of illuminating lessons that bound together culture and history in creative ways, to teach children about the world. Used as a tool for convivial purposes, the radio waves transported German kinder to the sites where witch trials happened, or to learn the secret language built into the city walls of Berlin, or to wonder about the life of the Romani and imagine the features of the many characters that formed part of Benjamin’s radio plays. It was an imaginative pedagogical exercise that has made me wonder about the possibilities of technological tools in the service of learning experiences.

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