Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Chunga Pingo, Gaby Esther


AFFECTIVITY in TIMES of COVID-19 and its IMPACT on CIVIC EDUCATION of SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS, PERU

Francisco Alejandro Espinoza Polo; Jaime Luis Alcántara Marcelo; Carlos Alfredo Cerna Muñoz; Gaby Esther Chunga Pingo; Enaidy Reynosa Navarro

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1-9

The positive emotional state of students, in which they accept themselves
physically, accept others, and participate in issues of common good in times of
pandemic, characterizes the learning environment of the subject under study. The
purpose of this research was to determine the impact of affectivity on the learning of
citizenship and civic education of the students in second grade of high school in the
educational institutions Sebastián Barranca and Nuestra Señora de Las Mercedes in the
province of Ica, Peru, in times of the pandemic. There was a population of 150 students
and a sample of 93, chosen by means of a probabilistic sample selection. Two
instruments were applied: the BarOn Emotional Quotient Inventory and the learning
questionnaire in the area of citizenship and civic education, developed by the
researchers of this study. The index r of rho Spearman was used for the correlation and
for the influence the linear regression, having as a result: affectivity influences
significantly (p < 0.01) in the dimension Living respecting himself and the others whose
general values are r = 0.293**; r2 = 0.078; and it has a non-significant impact (p > 0.05)
on the dimensions Participation in public affairs to promote the common good and
Learning in the area of citizenship and civic education (r = 0.072; r2 = 0.5%; r = 0.192;
r2 = 3.7%). As a conclusion, activities focused on affection should be promoted in order
to improve the dimension Living respecting himself and the others.