Perspectiva cultural del significado de la inteligencia kinestésica en el proceso de enseñanza aprendizaje en estudiantes afrodescendientes
Cañate Tejedor, Julia | 2020
The purpose of this ethnographic research was to interpret the meaning of kinesthetic intelligence in the teaching- learning process of sixth grade African descendant students from the
IED Etnoeducativo Paulino Salgado “Batata”, located in southwest part of Barranquilla. To accomplish this, we portrayed the sociocultural context of the students where their bodies, the movements, and the implications that these have on their learning process are very relevant. Documents with laws and regulations were also analyzed with the aim of observing logs from the pedagogical practice, as well as, the inclusion of cultural practices based on body movements, the meaning and relevance of kinesthetic intelligence in the teaching- learning process. This investigation was framed within the introspective- experiential approach, under a paradigm and ethnographic interpretative method. This research was developed in four phases: the pre-approach of the reality: exploratory, field phase: empiric, documental analysis phase, norms and regulations theories reference, and the findings conceptualization phase. From them, under the implementation of interviews, formal observations, and the assistance of Atlas-Ti unveiled the meaning and relevance that the cultural perspective has on the pedagogical practice in ethno schools, allowing to conceptualize from cultural traditions the teaching- learning process of African descendant students from the kinesthetic intelligence whose more relevant categories are the ethnic nature of movement, context, and social interaction.