What is essential is invisible: Rethinking school thanks to the contribution of Amartya Sen
AbstractThe school in general, and particularly teachers who teach in it, have the task of removing obstacles, recognizing the inequalities and valuing the differences, so that the school becomes a place of meeting and dialogue. Accordingly, by cooperating students can strengthen their identity and construct free and democratic life projects. School is the place in which they develop and enhance skills and capabilities in addition to received knowledge— given knowledge is intertwined with know-how so that the subject comes into being/existence in the world in an authentic and unique way.
Teachers are required to think about themselves and their professionalism and to constantly be aware of what they are doing for themselves and for the others within the framework of training—given that social repercussions are inevitable.
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