INDAGA: Construyendo comunidades de indagación dialógica
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Palabras clave

Innovación educativa
Interacciones dialógicas
Habilidades del siglo XXI
Educación para el desarrollo sostenible
Comunidades de indagación

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Hernández Cruz, R. I., Ancona Martínez, S., Drummond Durey, H., Rangel Guzmán, X. T., & Rojas-Drummond, S. (2024). INDAGA: Construyendo comunidades de indagación dialógica. DIDAC, (83 ENE.JUN), 7–23. https://doi.org/10.48102/didac.2024.83_JUL-DIC.148

Resumen

En este trabajo se presentan la descripción y resultados preliminares del programa de innovación educativa Indaga, cuyo objetivo es fomentar en los educandos una cultura científica que permita crear, aplicar y difundir conocimiento sobre problemas socioambientales con una visión de sostenibilidad. Indaga promueve el desarrollo de habilidades esenciales para vivir en el siglo XXI (OCDE, ATC21S), en torno a un eje fundamental: la “indagación dialógica”. El programa se sustenta en la formación de comunidades de indagación, la construcción de aprendizajes integrales mediante el desarrollo de proyectos de investigación y la vinculación de espacios de aprendizaje formal y no formal. Indaga se implementó en una escuela privada al sur de la Ciudad de México, donde participaron 145 estudiantes de cuarto a sexto grado de primaria. Como resultado, los estudiantes identificaron problemáticas socioambientales y plantearon proyectos de investigación y soluciones en torno a éstas. Estos logros se manifestaron en la creación de una revista de divulgación y la presentación oral de sus hallazgos en una feria de ciencias.

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