El Enfoque Mosaico, derecho a la participación y la voz de los niños en investigación educativa

  • Marco Antonio Delgado Fuentes Universidad de Derby, Inglaterra
Palabras clave: Infancia; enfoque de derechos; enfoque mosaico; investigación cualitativa; participación infantil

Resumen

El artículo de revisión propone explorar y discutir algunas de las innovaciones metodológicas en el campo de la infancia y la educación centrándose en el enfoque mosaico.  Se trata de una aproximación metodológica -aún no constituida como un método-, que se ha desarrollado, mayormente, en el idioma inglés, y que fundamenta algunos de sus principios en conceptos tales como los de la investigación cualitativa, el estudio de la infancia, los derechos de los niños y, en particular, su derecho a participar en las investigaciones que se hacen sobre ellos y su mundo. Se presenta un marco histórico que ayuda a entender los orígenes multidisciplinares del enfoque. A través de una revisión de la literatura en una base de datos que contiene 71 millones de referencias, se seleccionaron 28 que identifican, en su método, el enfoque mosaico. Su análisis presenta un panorama diverso en su uso, aunque mayormente enfocado al área de educación inicial y preescolar. Se concluye con una reflexión del uso que el enfoque puede tener en el futuro y, en particular, en Latino América, en donde su empleo incipiente parece relevante.

 

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Publicado
2020-05-11
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Delgado Fuentes, M. A. (2020). El Enfoque Mosaico, derecho a la participación y la voz de los niños en investigación educativa. Revista Electrónica En Educación Y Pedagogía, 4(6), 105-119. https://doi.org/10.15658/rev.electron.educ.pedagog20.05040608
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