Relatos de aislamiento domiciliario durante la pandemia del COVID-19: Caso de estudiantes indígenas peruanos

Autores/as

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35622/j.rie.2023.05.007

Palabras clave:

home isolation, COVID-19, student performance

Resumen

La mayor parte de la literatura que ha surgido sobre los impactos del aislamiento en el hogar durante la pandemia de COVID-19 sugiere que provoca respuestas psicosociales y fisiológicas adversas de leves a agudas, particularmente en los niños. Tales respuestas se relacionan con la separación que experimentan los niños de su rutina normal, incluidas la soledad, la ansiedad y la depresión, y las adversidades asociadas con el rendimiento escolar. En este estudio de caso, exploramos la intersección entre tres fenómenos en Perú: (1) la práctica de la Meditación Trascendental por parte de estudiantes de una (2) escuela provincial durante (3) el aislamiento domiciliario. El estudio realizó entrevistas semiestructuradas en una escuela de Puno con siete estudiantes, tres padres y dos profesores. Un modelo prototeórico de estrés, la respuesta al estrés y los resultados en tres categorías psicosociales (cognitiva, afectiva y conativa) guían la investigación. Los hallazgos sugieren que la práctica tuvo un efecto saludable en la experiencia de los estudiantes y el rendimiento académico, incluidos los beneficios multifactoriales relacionados con el aprendizaje, la calma, la ansiedad y las calificaciones.

Biografía del autor/a

  • Lee Fergusson, University of Southern Queensland

    Program Director of the Master of Professional Studies (Research) program at University of Southern Queensland and Professor of Vedic Science, Education and Environment at Maharishi Vedic Research Institute in Australia. He is the author and editor of 13 books, including Living Peace: The Contribution of Maharishi Vedic Science to Global Security (2020), Redefining Sustainability (2019), What a Waste: Studies in Anthropogenic Sources of Pollution (2016), and Red Mud Futures: Repurposing One of the World’s Largest Industrial Waste By-products (2015). His research papers on education, psychology, health, systems science, sustainability and the environment have been published in many international journals,

  • Javier Ortiz-Cabrejos, Instituto Maharishi de Ciencia y Tecnología del Perú

    Independent researcher and Director, Instituto Maharishi de Ciencia y Tecnología del Perú in Lima. He is a Peruvian architect, urban planner, educator, poet, and lecturer in human development, and a consultant in Vedic Architecture at Maharishi Vāstu Alliance. Ortiz Cabrejos has lectured at universities and institutions in over 30 countries and developed educational projects in colleges and universities in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Bogota, and Medellin, as well as in schools and universities in Peruvian cities such as Lima, Callao, Cusco, Trujillo, Arequipa, Huancayo, Iquitos and Puno. In the last 15 years, he implemented Latin American projects in Consciousness-Based Education at 60 schools to more than 50,000 students.

  • Anna Bonshek, Maharishi Vedic Research Institute

    MahaGauri Professor of Vedic Science, Art and Vedic Architecture at Maharishi Vedic Research Institute in Australia, and a consultant in Vedic Architecture at Maharishi Vāstu Alliance. Dr Bonshek is the author and editor of several books, including The Big Fish: Consciousness as Structure, Body and Space (2007), and Mirror of Consciousness: Art, Creativity and Veda (2001), and has published research in international journals, including International Journal of Architecture and Urban Design, Open House International, Asia-Pacific Journal of Education, International Journal of Indian Psychology, New Art Examiner, and Artlink.

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Relatos de aislamiento domiciliario durante la pandemia del COVID-19: Caso de estudiantes indígenas peruanos. (2022). Revista Innova Educación, 5(1), 100-119. https://doi.org/10.35622/j.rie.2023.05.007

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