Article by TAREA organisiation

We invite you to read this interesting article published by the TAREA non-profit organisation where contributions of experiences on cultural diversity are presented. These were developed by Markham College and Teresa Gonzales de Fanning school and are focused on the challenge of making interculturality a pedagogical practice.

The challenge of today’s intercultural education is to help the teenagers become competent enough to allow themselves to respond positively in different cultural contexts, as proposed by Ms Rossana Burga when identifying how one of the central learnings of the “intercultural journalists” strategies is to train “a student with critical thinking abilities, who can distinguish, that applies their knowledge of interculturality, that can operate in Peru and in the world”.