Project of medium duration, in-presence format.

Aimed at groups of primary school children. Throughout 3 work sessions in the school itself, the figure of the “crack” is put on the table:

What is a crack?    Why is he a crack?    What do we admire about him?

Participants are divided into subgroups to share experiences, reflect and debate on this figure, through dynamics with images and guided conversation spaces. Important and common ideas are extracted and the group thinks about how to share them with other groups from other schools through a video that is prepared and recorded in the second and third sessions. At the end, the group of participants has experienced a process of introspection and collective reflection, making a valuable contribution to society by sharing their visions and reflections through an audiovisual format.