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Cynthia Yael Adlerstein-Grimberg

Andrea Bralic Echeverría, Srta.

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Este artículo ofrece un análisis acerca de cómo los niños y niñas son ciudadanxs activos dentro de los ambientes de aprendizaje del jardín infantil.El artículo se basa en la heterotopología foucaultiana para mostrar qué tipo de heterotopias establecen los menores de dos y tres años en sus prácticas cotidianas de creación de lugares y cómo se empoderan para habitar ambientes de aprendizaje como ciudadanos creativos.Después de una inmersión etnográfica colaborativa en 16 jardines infantiles chilenos de caracter público durante el año académico de 2019,los hallazgos muestran tres tipos de creación de lugares heterotópicos que promulgan la ciudadanía activa de niñxs.





Keywords

Ciudadanía, niño, educación de la primera infancia, heterotopías, lugar, ambientes de aprendizajeCitizenship, children, early childhood education, heterotopias, place-making, learning environments

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Dossier Educación en la primera infancia y ciudadanía