Animation as a strategy for interculturality
The experience started in 2011 to create leisure spaces in the Pioyá indigenous reservations (Caldono, Cauca) as a response to the violence generated by the armed conflict that highly affected the youth because of forced recruitment practices. Against this background, the proposed interdisciplinary project aimed at building stories collectively to facilitate understanding rituality in indigenous contexts, encourage autonomy, identity and cultural diversity through the ICTs, and foster students’ school completion.
Develop cognitive skills
Have a critical attitude when consuming media contents
Encourage the construction of citizenship
Story creation and design
Assessment and conclusions
Things to improve
Take this experience to your classroom!
Tips to adapt the experience to your classroom
Do not associate technology with connectivity