A pedagogy that understands solidarity and the will to share responsibility as a vital element of being on earth must also recognise the plurality of reality. It must seek to affirm and promote different cultures and different ways of being in the world as a basis for living together in everyday life.
The challenges of understanding the «otherness» of the other, and recognising other ways of being and other cultures, and to realise this plurality in curricula and daily teaching are here. Not only the consequences of globalisation, but also well-practised forms of knowing and learning ask for an appreciative inclusion of the diverse realities of pupils' lives.
It is necessary to reflect on the forms and choices of learning content and teaching practices and to develop plural perspectives that can correspond to an intercultural society.