Arte en el silencio: Nueva experiencia hacia el rol del docente hipoacúsico bilingüe
This article seeks to share some reflections that arise in the face of educational interaction (bilingual hypoacous teacher or deaf artist — lead teacher — hearing students) as a joint construction of knowledge through inclusive communication and collaborative work. Thus, the importance of the approach proposed by the author, which introduces an innovative experience and personal reflection on the educational community inside the formal school. To understand the relationship of deaf people through their artistic manifestations and their different educational communities, establishing an open, inclusive and tolerant dialogue, in order to improve certain work situations carried out in different social, artistic and cultural contexts. Therefore, it constitutes an approach to the question of social-labor inclusion in formal schools to exercise their teaching/workshop role in a flexible, sensitive and participatory manner. In turn, it’s proposed to include a role of mediator between the traditional duo, both the lead teacher (hearing person) and the workshop (deaf person) to incorporate and facilitate the use of sign language inside the formal school. However, this new approach pursues the improvement and the application of the inclusive methodology to rethink the problems of artistic teaching, and the use of collaborative learning strategies in the training of trainers (pedagogical accompaniment) to enhance their commitment to the practice of artistic education.