Analysis of strategic methodologies in the initial education during the Covid-19


methodological strategies
early childhood education
online education

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Reyes SantacruzM. F., García EspinozaM. M., & Uribe VeintimillaA. M. (2022). Analysis of strategic methodologies in the initial education during the Covid-19. Universidad Ciencia Y Tecnología, 26(115), 78-83.


The present work is an exploratory and descriptive study of the methodological strategies implemented by teachers working online in five educational institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study is based on the review of an extensive bibliography and the use of quantitative and qualitative methods.
Parents and students answered a survey with in-depth structured questions. Results showed that although parents were unhappy with the teaching methodologies used, teachers were highly motivated and committed to their teaching practice.


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