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Fredrik Alvén
Malmö University
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Vol. 12 (2021), Monográfico, Páginas 245-263
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/fdp202112245263
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En este artículo, presento conceptos de tercer orden en la enseñanza de la historia como una forma de alcanzar un conocimiento poderoso. Si entendemos el conocimiento poderoso como un medio para dar a los estudiantes la competencia para comprender el mundo contemporáneo, ayudarlos a participar en las conversaciones y debates de la sociedad sobre sí misma, y comprender las bases para aceptar o rechazar las afirmaciones del conocimiento, entonces debemos ayudarles a comprender en qué ontología se basa la disciplina de la historia. En consecuencia, los conceptos de tercer orden pueden ayudar a los estudiantes, ya que estos conceptos arrojan luz sobre la percepción de la realidad sobre la que se basan las narrativas históricas y los conceptos de primer orden en el aula de historia. Sin embargo, al final del día, tengo mis dudas: ¿qué pasa si proporcionamos argumentos para grupos que tienen una agenda antiliberal y antidemocrática?

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