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University academic tutoring in times of COVID-19. Proposal of strategies from the perspective of the tutor and tutored

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Miriam Ñañez-Silva ,
Miriam Ñañez-Silva

Universidad Nacional de Cañete, Facultad de Ciencias Empresariales. Lima, Perú

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Brian Meneses-Claudio ,
Brian Meneses-Claudio

Universidad Cientifica del Sur, Facultad de Ciencias Empresariales. Lima, Perú

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Abstract

The impact of COVID 19 on university higher education has been noticeable in the transformation of the operating system from face-to-face education to distance education. This mixed-approach research sought to determine the relationship between university academic tutoring and vocational training, as well as to describe and analyze the work conducted in academic tutoring at a public university in the Faculty of Business Sciences, Agrarian Sciences and Engineering to know the strategies they execute and elaborate proposals. A survey was administered to a random sample of 227 tutors. Then, 25 tutors and 25 tutors were selected, applying a semi-structured interview. The results indicate that there is a high positive correlation between academic tutoring and vocational training (0.728) and between academic tutoring and the dimensions: personal (0.712); professional (0, 671) and academic (0, 679). It is concluded that this should follow an organizational process that allows individual and group orientation activities, as well as co-referral when specialized help is required. The tutors must meet certain qualities that allow an empathic approach with the tutors; and academic management should provide continuous training for tutors to improve their strategies.

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Ñañez-Silva M, Meneses-Claudio B. University academic tutoring in times of COVID-19. Proposal of strategies from the perspective of the tutor and tutored. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2023 Dec. 28 [cited 2024 Jul. 15];2:165. Available from: https://dm.saludcyt.ar/index.php/dm/article/view/165

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