La percepción de la covid-19 en el ámbito universitario

Autores/as

  • Oscar-Yecid Aparicio-Gómez Universidad Santo Tomás
  • Olga Lucía Ostos Ortiz Universidad Santo Tomás
  • José Gabriel Mesa Angulo Universidad Santo Tomás

Palabras clave:

: covid-19, salud, educación, aprendizaje, universidad, estudiantes, profesores

Resumen

La llegada de la covid-19 ha impactado a toda la población mundial. En el contexto universitario se ha presentado una situación especial; para los estudiantes, la presencialidad universitaria constituía un referente formativo complementario al de su propia familia. La interacción social y el aprendizaje, asociado a este tipo de entorno, sufrió rápidamente un transtorno marcado por el confinamiento y el aislamiento físico. Las nuevas condiciones de socialización suponen una nueva percepción y, por lo tanto, una nueva manera de ver la realidad. Esta situación, que se ha extiendido por casi tres años, ha colisionado con los estilos de aprendizaje tradicional, apelando a la autogestión y autorrregulación del proceso educativo, pero también a la resiliencia ante las afectaciones a la salud y a una redefinición de la manera de relacionarse con las demás personas, especialmente en una época de socialización asociada a la juventud universitaria.

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2022-09-02

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Aparicio-Gómez, O.-Y., Ostos Ortiz, O. L., & Mesa Angulo, J. G. . (2022). La percepción de la covid-19 en el ámbito universitario: Array. Hallazgos, 19(38). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.usantotomas.edu.co/index.php/hallazgos/article/view/7966

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