Educación global y desarrollo y habilidades globales

Douglas Bourn


La educación para el desarrollo tiene sus raíces en Europa en respuesta a la descolonización y la necesidad de apoyo público y participación en el desarrollo internacional. A partir de estas raíces, creció como un campo de práctica educativa para incorporar temas de ciudadanía global, poscolonialismo y pedagogía crítica. La educación global, por otro lado, tiene sus raíces en tradiciones más amplias en torno a la educación internacional de América del Norte y Europa. Hoy en día, ambos campos educativos se han unido en muchos países bajo el título de aprendizaje global o educación para la ciudadanía global. Este artículo revisa este crecimiento desde la perspectiva del Reino Unido y luego describe un área —las habilidades— que hasta la fecha tenía un perfil más bajo que el conocimiento y los valores. Concluye proponiendo un marco para las habilidades globales que se basa en el trabajo del autor en pedagogía para la justicia social global.

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pedagogía; educación para el desarrollo; ciudadanía global; aprendizaje global; habilidades; justicia social global

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