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In this article I explore how a group of Spanish students (aged 11–19) and some of their teachers understand 'radical participation' teaching and learning within the social studies class. I analyse, from an in-depth and critical approach using open questionnaires (n=131), interviews (n=7), and focus groups (n=4), the ways in which they interpret 'radical participation' and how they propose 'radical participation' be taught. The results suggest that 'radical participation' can be taught by: (a)doi:10.14288/ce.v6i6.184842 fatcat:zgmmxnf7fzgzjmkd3mttll4gxm