Pedagogical accompaniment, resilience, and performance of university professors during virtual classes
Tacca Huamán, Daniel Rubén
Cuarez Cordero, Renzo
Franco Canaval, David Guillermo
Córdova Berona, Heli Alejandro
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The objective of the research was to know the relationship between pedagogical accompaniment, resilience, and the professional performance of university professors during virtual classes. The research was quantitative, correlational, and cross-sectional; the sample was made up of 172 professors from a private university in Lima, Peru. According to the results, accompaniment has a positive and significant relationship with resilience (r=.45) and professional performance (r=.52) ; likewise, of the five dimensions of accompaniment, it was observed that collegiate planning and management of the teaching process present a positive and high relationship with performance. It was evidenced that male teachers and those who belong to the science area perceive greater accompaniment, but women and those who are from the humanities area present greater resilience and better performance.
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