Learning in/from/with daily lives

This text attempts to comprehend the daily processes of learning produced by different modes of insertion of the subjects in the various spaces-times of social interaction (Santos, 1995 and 2000) to broaden the understanding of the modes and criteria of comprehension of the world built through such insertions. It brings forth the notion that, due to our vision developed within a culture, which is always partial (Santos, 2003), and to unique experiences, each one of us suffers from some epistemological blindness. It strives to shed light on some elements related to the development of research in/from/with daily experiences, considered more adequate than other, more classical forms of research that try to apprehend the logics of the quotidian at schools and to understand the creations present in these spaces, linked to the possibilities, interests, values, activities and knowledge of the subjects taking part in them.

Daily research; Epistemological blindness; School quotidian; Fabric of networks knowledge


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