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Effects of the pandemic on education, training, teaching work and student learning

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Erolita Jexenia Casquete-Tamayo ,
Erolita Jexenia Casquete-Tamayo

Unidad de Educación Especial Fiscal Guiomar Vera Ramírez en Esmeraldas. Esmeraldas, Ecuador

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Hishochy Delgado Mendoza ,
Hishochy Delgado Mendoza

Universidad Nacional de Educación UNAE. Cañar, Ecuador

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Abstract

Approximately two years ago, the Coronavirus was declared a worldwide pandemic by the WHO and despite the fact that today the situation is different, a vaccine could be found that would reduce the impact on deaths and contagion, it will be an anecdote that will remain in the memory of all those who lived and were contemporary to the situation. This event not only directly affected health, but also had very large consequences in terms of economics, the completely collapsed health and education systems and without many tools to deal with this situation. In this article, the effects of the pandemic on education, training, teaching work and student learning will be exposed, mainly because it is very possible that, in several years, the wounds that the pandemic left in education being one of the deepest and most affected. The virtual learning modalities that were used in this context were ICT and for this, not only the teaching commitment to use this didactic tool, but also a State that guaranteed access to receive connectivity and monitoring of the right to quality education taking decisions that arise directly in the educational system, teacher training and student learning.

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Casquete-Tamayo EJ, Delgado Mendoza H. Effects of the pandemic on education, training, teaching work and student learning. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2023 Mar. 17 [cited 2024 Apr. 23];3:332. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/332

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