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Title: Aula, lenguaje y educación
Authors: Urgilés Campos, Guillermo
Keywords: LENGUAJE; LANGUAGE
EDUCACIÓN; EDUCATION
SER HUMANO; HUMAN BEING
ORALIDAD; ORALITY
GENERACIONES INTERACTIVAS; INTERACTIVE GENERATION
Issue Date: Jan-2016
Abstract: La educación es un proceso vital que compromete toda la vida de la persona. La escolaridad es una parte de este proceso, pero no la más importante ni la única. Tiene peso porque durante este tiempo se sistematizan y estructuran ciertos saberes, sin embargo, poco se hace en la formación de la persona y en su proyecto vital. Todo proceso educativo se fundamenta en la relación interpersonal y en la consolidación del proyecto personal dentro de un grupo social, y esto nunca sería posible sin el lenguaje; herramienta poderosa para aprender, enseñar, crear un mundo humano, generar acciones y provocar cambios a nivel personal como en el entorno. A pesar de su enorme incidencia, poca importancia se le ha dado al lenguaje dentro del aula, se lo ha considerado como algo obvio o un mero instrumento al servicio de la trasmisión de saberes, valores y normas, sin descubrir que es el factor clave en el proceso de educación y humanización. Lenguaje y pensamiento son dimensiones esenciales del ser humano, precisamente por ello se caracterizan por ser móviles, vitales y responder a las exigencias del momento histórico. En el momento actual, de la “era digital”, el lenguaje que se utiliza en el aula no va con el lenguaje digital que usan los jóvenes. ¿Qué hacer? No se trata de sacrificar a uno de ellos, sino sacar el mejor provecho de las diversas modalidades del lenguaje que poseen los seres humanos. En el campo educativo hay que utilizar los mejores recursos que ofrece la tecnología, siendo la escuela y la cultura guías importantes para discriminar lo esencial de lo pasajero. // Education is a vital process that encompasses the whole life of a person. The schooling process is part of that process yet it is neither the most important nor the only one. It is valuable because during that time, certain types of knowledge are acquired in systematic and structural manners; nevertheless, they only affect the formation of the person and its lifetime project in a small degree. The whole schooling process is based mostly on language and has a larger incidence in its educational process than the transfer of knowledge. This is due to the fact that language is a two way stream communication system. All educative processes are based in the interpersonal relationships of its members and in its consolidation within a social group which wouldn’t be possible without language; a fundamental learning and teaching tool which enhances the creation of the human world, it is a powerful tool which enables to generate actions and promote change at a personal level as well as within the environment. Regardless of its enormous influence, little importance is given to language within the classroom, it has been considered as an obvious or negligible tool which function has been limited to the transfer of knowledge, values and norms without any consideration to its key value in the educational process and its humanizing nature. Language and thought are essential dimensions for human beings, which are characterized by being mobile, vital and capable of answering to the needs of the historic moment. In our current “digital era” time, the language used in the classroom does not match the one used by youths. What to do? It is not about giving up on one of them but instead it is about looking for ways to take advantage of the several language skills enjoyed by human beings. We must use the best resources available offered by technology in the educational fields where the school and culture shall provide important guidelines to set aside the temporary elements from the crucial ones.
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