How to Build a Positive Core to Liberate Learning

The Case of a Rural School in a Pehuenche Area (Chile)

August 2021
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ABSTRACT

This article tells the story of how a rural school in the south of Chile discovered and built a set of resources and capabilities (positive core) to liberate learning and enhance the development of the children’s skills to live to the fullest in the 21st century.

dx.doi.org/10.12781/978-1-907549-48-9-12

Este artículo narra la historia de cómo una escuela rural al sur de Chile logró descubrir y construir un conjunto de recursos y capacidades (núcleo positivo) para liberar el aprendizaje y potenciar el desarrollo de las competencias de sus niñas y niños para vivir plenamente en el Siglo XXI.

dx.doi.org/10.12781/978-1-907549-48-9-11

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Author: Arnoldo Cisternas

Arnoldo Cisternas is a psychologist, consultant in educational culture change, and creator of the model of cultural migration towards a “New Education.” He is President of Fundación Nueva Educación in Chile and Founder of Relational Institute in Barcelona. He is the author of Relational Education, 10 Keys to a Pedagogy of Recognition (in Spanish). He is also a business consultant and graduate professor in leadership and organization development.

Contacto: acisternas@nuevaeducacion.org

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