Educación en tiempos de COVID-19: ¿Cómo afecta el estrés al aprendizaje?

Authors

  • David Bueno i Torrens University of Barcelona

Keywords:

covid-19, estrés, adolescentes, jóvenes, aprendizaje

Abstract

La pandemia de COVID-19 ha alterado profundamente la dinámica educativa, afectando los estados emocionales de los estudiantes y, en consecuencia, su aprendizaje y bienestar. Para hacer frente a esta situación, se deben hacer esfuerzos para reducir el estrés, la ansiedad y los sentimientos de soledad y aislamiento de los estudiantes.

Author Biography

David Bueno i Torrens, University of Barcelona

Director de la Cátedra de Neuroeducación UB-EDU1st

Profesor Titular de Universidad

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Published

2021-07-15 — Updated on 2021-07-30