The inclusion in the school of students from immigrant and racialized groups entails facing the challenges related with discontinuities between school and family culture, which are indicators of asymmetric power relations for which the student's family and community culture are not legitimized. It remains outside the classroom and is stigmatized. This paper analyzes an intervention with high school students based on Funds of Identity as a strategy to incorporate and legitimize the personal referents of the students. Our aim is to create a third space in which intercultural dialogue is the driving force of learning processes and school inclusion.
|Translated title of the contribution||Funds of identity and third space. A strategy of cultural legitimization and dialogue for the intercultural school|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2019|