A Radio with Andean children
In June 2003, a multidisciplinary team of educators, anthropologists, and communicators designed the innovative proposal “A Radio at the school” to make a civic contribution while protecting the value of a living heritage from the classrooms. Pukllasunchis brought the radio to public schools for children and the Quechua community to affirm their identity, and express their knowledge, feelings and experiences.
Develop strength and autonomy
Protect the living heritage and the Quechua language
Take ownership of technology
Encourage intergenerational and intercultural learnings.
Research of everyday topics
Radio program design
Assessment and conclusions
Things to improve
Take this experience to your classroom!
Tips to adapt the experience to your classroom
Prioritize day-to-day language and cultural expression
Meet the group's culture
Resources and materials
José Ignacio Lopez Vigil and the experience Passionate Broadcasters