Curriculum Autopsy: In Search of the Causes of Educational Collapse in COVID-19 Times


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Author: Toruño Arguedas, César
Format: artículo
Status:Versión publicada
Publication Date:2022
Description:The implications of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (known socially as Coronavirus or COVID-19) have transformed social, political, economic, and cultural realities globally; including impacts on the education system which, in most Western countries, has involved the suspension of the school cycle for long periods in response to the system’s inability to adapt to a virtual reality; this according to the most accepted thesis. This trial contends that the inability to adapt the educational system is the result of a number of latent diseases in the educational curriculum, which is why an Autopsy of the Curriculum is carried out. It is concluded that the curriculum suffered from serious diseases that, when subjected to the change of face-to-face to virtual modality, caused the collapse of the traditional education system.
Country:Portal de Revistas UNED
Institution:Universidad Estatal a Distancia
Repositorio:Portal de Revistas UNED
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critical pedagogy
critical curriculum
pedagogía crítica
currículo crítico