Territorialized Education in the Maró Indigenous Land
Keywords:territorialized education, territorialization, indigenous school education, children's learning
This study examines the transformation process of indigenous school education into territorialized education. Through action research and ethnography, the construction of the Indigenous Political Pedagogical Project in the Maró Indigenous Land, in the Lower Tapajós region, reveals that education for the Arapirun and Borari peoples is constructed at the confluence of worlds and the diverse beings of nature (both visible and invisible). Educational experiences are closely associated with the defense of territory and identity. Children's learning, therefore, encompasses a range of knowledge: traditional and scientific, allowing for inter-scientificity, as pointed out by Gersem Baniwa (2019).
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