Miradas urbanas en la formación inicial del profesorado

A compulsory subject in the training of primary education teachers is developed along social geographic themes inherent, currently, to the Sustainable Development Goals. In this article we explain the work carried out on urban geography, from Objectives 5 (Gender equality) and 11 (Sustainable cities and communities). Four activities carried out with students who seek to see the city in an alternative way and consistent with the aforementioned SDGs are presented. At the same time, we believe that such views are useful and formative for critical citizenship and even more so, for future teachers. The image of the city, the city seen from a gender perspective, the public space in the city and the ideal city are the topics covered in class sessions in the classroom and field work abroad. The results demonstrate new approaches for students about the knowledge of the city and the concept of sustainability ​
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