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Academia Journal of Educational Research 8(12): 509-513, December 2020
DOI: 10.15413/ajer.2020.0149
ISSN 2315-7704
©2020 Academia Publishing

Abstract

 

Environmental sustainability within the framework of remote education during the pandemic in Peru
 

Accepted 27th October, 2020

 
Bessy Castillo-SantaMarķa1, Miguel Sebastian Armesto Cespedes2, Daniela Medina Coronado1, Otto Herbert Koenig Amputia3

1Cesar Vallejo University.
2Peruvian University of Applied Sciences.
3Independiente Investigator

The objective of the study was to analyze environmental sustainability in the framework of non-face-to-face education during the pandemic, which has been generating a sui generis environment as a result of covid-19, where students develop their activities with limitations due to the effect of the fight against the pandemic and the economic crisis that puts at risk in quality education based on the principles of universalization of education in Peru. The limited technological equipment and materials leads to poor conduct of the training processes, which results in non-compliance with educational standards, generating inequalities among the student population in rural and urban areas, as well as among those who can access private and state education. For this, the qualitative approach with a prospective non-experimental design has been used in which the content analysis was carried out based on the bibliographic review on the subject. Among the results obtained in said analysis, we first had those linked to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) proposed by the United Nations (ONU): the possibility of providing an educational service not in person, allows reaching more students regardless its geographical location, however, due to the shortcomings and limitations of technological support in the most remote areas, secondly, we took from the environmental point of view; By not having to travel to the study centers, displacements are reduced to zero by students, reducing carbon emissions. In conclusion, decision-making in environmental management by local and regional authorities, to promote sustainability, prioritizing natural resources and biodiversity as a source of life for the populations of the future, engaging students in regenerative activities of the comprehensive environmental system.

Key words: Environmental sustainability, educational quality, technological means, accessibility.
 

This is an open access article published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. 

Cite this article as:

Marķa BCS, Cespedes MSA, Coronado DM, Amputia OHK (2020). Environmental sustainability within the framework of remote education during the pandemic in Peru. Acad. J. Educ. Res. 8(12): 509-513.

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