Alternative Basic Education: teaching and learning of adults through
virtual means in Peru
AbstractSocioeconomic conditions limit the learning achievement of young and
adult students in vulnerable situations in Peru and Latin America. In
this context, the study focuses on determining the relationship between
teaching and the results of learning processes in students of
alternative basic education in an educational area of Lima. A
non-experimental, descriptive correlational design was used for this
purpose. The statistical analysis of Spearman's test showed positive
correlations between learning outcomes and the work performed by
teachers. In the context of social isolation, the study determined that
the components of teaching work generate encouraging results in student
populations affected by different situations of social vulnerability.
Emotional support evidences a greater preponderance in learning compared
to programmatic dosage and the use of technological tools.