learning through the activities that constitute what wants to be
learned as apprentices of those who commit all their energies to them.
for the communities and regions of origin themselves.
learns, under his or her own rhythms and ways of working,
and not under those of teachers, educators and bureaucrats.
"Reflection in action" is the name we have given to our research activities. We define it as a rigorous, disciplined, informed and public exercise. It is not a personal, arbitrary, improvised, superficial or private interpretation. Anyone who repeated the same exercise according to its rules should achieve the same result.
Our main working tools are observation (as an experience of relation),
dialogue (dialectic and dialogic), systematic reflection and
documentation (written and audiovisual).
Among the different lines of reflection in action that we have
followed up until now, we highlight the following:
textual and post-textual civilization;