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MORENO MEDRANO, Luz María  and  CORRAL GUILLE, Gustavo. Inductive intercultural methodologies for a decolonial pedagogy. Sinéctica [online]. 2019, n.52, 00003. ISSN 2007-7033.

The purpose of this paper is to discuss and highlight intercultural inductive methodologies with the aim of giving voice to lead actors in the social transformation processes. In this way, non-conventional methods such as children-authored photography, photovoice and living maps are some alternatives to decolonize traditional pedagogies in order to reach a cross-comprehension and to foster dialogue. The paper is largely based on two projects that come “from below”, from the actors themselves, in close collaboration between indigenous educators, children and academics. We discuss how these projects have turned to such methodologies and analyze their possible value, not only as a research strategy but also as a useful tool for fostering new educational practices in order to make visible other ways of understanding the world.

Keywords : decolonization; decolonial pedagogies; intercultural education; inductive education.

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