Coproducción del conocimiento a través de metodologías digitales: Una alternativa pedagógica en zonas marginadas de conflicto

Translated title of the contribution: Co-producing knowledges through digital methodologies: An alternative pedagogy in areas of conflict

Edwar Calderon, Marlies Kustatscher, Kay Tisdall, Juan Manuel Gómez Serna, Yeiner Belalcázar Paz, Julián García Umaña

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Abstract

The potential for community transformation that youth participation has is increasingly recognized in the political-practical-academic sphere. The article analyzes the methodological learning of our participatory digital project based on music and the arts with Afro-Colombian and indigenous youth in Quibdó-Colombia, an area affected by conflict, violence and systemic marginalization. Presenting the co-produced digital methodology, we reflect on the challenges and opportunities that arise from engaging youth in marginalized geographies through creative and digital forms of engagement. As COVID-19 has highlighted the challenges of digital exclusion worldwide, our findings provide practical considerations to plan inclusive digital projects with marginalized youth, highlighting the need for relevant contextualization in methodological and pedagogical approaches, and transdisciplinary approaches of pedagogical teams to harness the potential of music and the arts in fostering youth participation.
Keywords: young people, conflict, marginalization, digital methodologies, collaborative participation, music and arts.
Translated title of the contributionCo-producing knowledges through digital methodologies: An alternative pedagogy in areas of conflict
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)353-383
Number of pages31
JournalRevista Interamericana de Investigación, Educación y Pedagogía (RIIEP)
Volume15
Issue number2
Early online date12 Jul 2022
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 12 Jul 2022

Keywords

  • young people
  • conflict
  • marginalization
  • digital methodologies
  • collaborative participation,
  • music and arts

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