Current Perspective of Education in the Face of Psychological Challenges and Addictions Caused by the Pandemic

Authors

  • Jorge Arturo Velázquez Hernández Teacher-Researcher, Autonomous University of Querétaro Faculty of Arts Campus San Juan del Río https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4944-1205
  • Epigmenio Muñoz Guevara Teacher-Researcher, Autonomous University of Querétaro Faculty of Chemistry University Center
  • Jorge Adam Romero Zepeda Teacher-Researcher, Autonomous University of Querétaro Faculty of Engineering Campus Concá
  • Agustin Martinez Anaya Teacher-Researcher, Autonomous University of Querétaro Faculty of Law Campus Amealco

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14738/assrj.98.12875

Keywords:

Arts, Addictions, Education, Didactic strategies, Psychology.

Abstract

When talking about education, many meanings and references come to mind, since each person interprets this concept based on their ideals and knowledge, and therefore, it is necessary to know all the actions that are carried out for their benefit, from the level basic to superior, because in the end it seeks to implement a quality education that allows increasing the knowledge of students through the teaching-learning process. In 2021, the global pandemic caused by COVID 19 caused a new vision, perception, reality, challenges and empathy with everyone in the world. In this sense, the central issue of highest priority is education, since the pandemic teaches us as a society to understand and reflect on all the cases and actions in our day to day. This pressure goes beyond news regarding the health contingency, emphasis should be placed on 3 specific issues that are Education, Psychology and Addiction. These terms involve a deep analysis about what happened on the educational side,

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Published

2022-08-19

How to Cite

Hernández, J. A. V., Guevara, E. M., Zepeda, J. A. R., & Anaya, A. M. (2022). Current Perspective of Education in the Face of Psychological Challenges and Addictions Caused by the Pandemic. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 9(8), 307–314. https://doi.org/10.14738/assrj.98.12875