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Revista Lasallista de Investigación

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HUERTAS DIAZ, Omar  and  ARBOLEDA LOPEZ, Adriana Patricia. Citizen education within complex thinking. Rev. Lasallista Investig. [online]. 2016, vol.13, n.2, pp.128-135. ISSN 1794-4449.

Introduction. Research approaches the problem of a weak citizenship education in the society and in the education community, understanding citizenship culture from the commitment, assumed with the world, of educating people who make choices for the greater good and the justice. Objective. Demonstrate the absence of alternatives that approach the complexity of education processes emphasizing education for coexistence and citizenship. Materials and methods. A qualitative research was made and a research method based on ethnomethodology was applied. Results. The findings are about the relationship based on complex thinking and citizenship education, establishing a theoretical development supported on the complex thinking and citizenship categories, ending in the articulation of these two matters in the education field and the possible repercussions they can have at a pedagogical level. Conclusions. It is important to make a pedagogical reflection about the knowledge and the citizenship development in the Colombian education system, within a complex thinking framework, approaching subjects such as evaluation, the role of students, the role of the professor, the curriculum and research

Keywords : citizenship education; complex thinking; pedagogical reflection; citizenship.

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