Pedagogy and economics: A reciprocity pact for the ecological transition
Keywords:Integral humanism, Green society, Community, Co-planning, Pact
The ecological transition towards an inclusive green society questions pedagogy to offer heuristic answers, in dialogue with the territory, focusing on social changes in work. Reassembling a participatory and creative link between pedagogy and society calls into question the educational sphere that set of properly human experiences that define and shape the care for people, the search for and cultivation of the common good, moral responsibility in practices of freedom, the building of welcoming and competent communities. In fidelity to its own identity and to the main theoretical apparatus, The pedagogy of work and enterprise cannot fail to interpret the transition as a connotating element between the pedagogical project and the process of transformation of society prompted by environmental, social and economic crises.
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