Intercultural educational intervention for a dialogue of indigenous and school knowledge

This article proposes the incorporation of indigenous episteme to the school curriculum through an intercultural educational intervention method with epistemic contributions of mapuche and school education. It is analyzed, on the one hand, that the intercultural educational intervention implies assuming the equality of the human condition based on the dialogue of knowledge in order to guarantee freedom, equality and social cohesion; and on the other hand, as a sociopolitical challenge for the recognition of the existence and survival of indigenous peoples with their educational knowledge, languages and cultural identities.

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