The emergency resulting from the coronavirus pandemic reminds us that, as human beings, we share a common challenge. Recently, it has been suggested that COVID-19 pandemic involve a “world perezhivanie”, a collective and traumatic “lived experience”, characterized by a profound crisis that affects not only our health, but also our economic, social, political and educational systems. In the light of this situation, we need to critically re-imagine education in 21st century. In this theoretical paper, we propose two principles designed to overcome three common biases in our understanding of learning and education. From these assumptions, we describe and illustrate the meaning and practice behind an inter-generational, personalized, shared, connected and sustainable education, based on a culture and praxis that is caring and involved, that allows us to consolidate processes of educational transformation and improvement.
|Translated title of the contribution||A manifest in a time of pandemic: For a communitarian, sustainable, intergenerational and critical education|
|Number of pages||18|
|Journal||Revista internacional de educación para la justicia social|
|Publication status||Published - 23 Jul 2020|