THE VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT IN THE AUTONOMOUS SECONDARY EDUCATION PROCESS

Authors

  • María Margoth Bonilla Jiménez
  • Francisco Eloy Castillo Merino
  • Nancy del Carmen López García
  • Ana Karen Gualacata Cevallos

Keywords:

Teaching, technologies, tools, communication.

Abstract

Virtual teaching is a modality in education in which the teaching-learning process happens through the internet, this modality allows students to learn more flexibly, adapting to their spatial-temporal circumstances, such as the social confinement caused by the pandemic that modified the lives of human beings. Educational institutions used social media as a connecting link through electronic devices. The insertion of new information and communication technologies ICT has played an important role in the educational system, making use of the tools provided by the Internet for greater interaction. The objective of the work is to carry out an exam related to the virtual environment of the autonomous secondary education process to unravel the possible actions that allow minimizing failures and solving existing problems. Putting desktop research into practice for the review and analysis of bibliographies associated with the topic. A structured survey was applied to an intentional sample of students in the field of ICT use. The work allowed to unveil the relevance of pedagogical methods during the exercise of secondary education.

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Published

2021-10-01

How to Cite

María Margoth Bonilla Jiménez, Francisco Eloy Castillo Merino, Nancy del Carmen López García, & Ana Karen Gualacata Cevallos. (2021). THE VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT IN THE AUTONOMOUS SECONDARY EDUCATION PROCESS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(10), 1914-1926. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10116