Pedagogical kit. Towards an agropolitan citizenship

20th january 2022

The publication is made up of a series of pedagogical notebooks that collect, with an informative intention, the learning associated with a set of artistic, landscape and experiential actions and practices that were carried out throughout 2021 in the villages of Trubia and Veranes (parish of Cenero, Gijón) within the framework of the Towards an agropolitan citizenship program, a project developed in collaboration with Virginia López.

This project has among its objectives to propose a rereading of peasant knowledge, valuing its transformative potential, to contribute to making our cities and especially their peri-urban territories more participatory, eco-responsible and inclusive places.

With this series of small manuals we want to open the possibility of linking the methodologies used in the development of these actions with the Primary Education Curriculum of the Principality of Asturias, facilitating their reading in a practical and applied key and allowing teachers to appropriate them. and can imagine new actions based on what is collected here.

Addressed to:Primary Education Teachers.

Number of places: 40. Prior reservation is required[+]

If you have any questions you can contact us via, or telephone: 985 185 577

Dynamics of the day:a two-hour session (approx.) with an initial presentation of the teaching guide by Virginia López (approx. 40 min) and subsequent discussion to exchange opinions, possible ways of application in schools and ultimately promote its implementation , appropriation and dissemination.

To facilitate the session, the pedagogical kit is available for reading at the following link:Pedagogical kitwhere you can find all types of textual and audiovisual material with which to complete and expand the reading of these manuals and delve deeper into this agropolitan journey.

The teaching guide “Pedagogical kit. Towards an agropolitan citizenship” has been prepared by Virginia López, GRIGRI (Susana Moliner and David Pérez), Daniel Franco and Fernando Oyágüez.

“Towards an agropolitan citizenship” is a project by Virginia López, developed in collaboration with LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial. It has been selected in the “Art for Change” 2020 call by the la Caixa Foundation and has the support of Gijón Impulsa.

Collaborators: Daniel Franco, Fernando Oyágüez, GRIGRI, Galiana, Papyriphera, ATintura, Cristina Cantero, Econodos, Muséu del Pueblu d’Asturies, Pasajero37, Nadia Penella, AAVV Cenero.

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