El impacto del conflicto en Siria en el desarrollo educativo y conductual de los estudiantes: perspectivas de los profesores de escuelas intermedias en la ciudad de Homs

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https://doi.org/10.22235/pe.v16i2.3172

Palabras clave:

conflicto, Siria, nivel educativo, nivel de comportamiento

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Este estudio tuvo como objetivo investigar el impacto del conflicto sirio en el desarrollo educativo y conductual de los estudiantes en la ciudad de Homs, tal como es percibido por los profesores. La investigación empleó un enfoque analítico descriptivo y recopiló datos a través de un cuestionario. La muestra del estudio consistió en 130 profesores de escuelas secundarias de la Dirección de Educación en Homs. Los hallazgos revelaron que, desde la perspectiva de los profesores, existe un efecto moderado en el desarrollo educativo y conductual de los estudiantes. La respuesta promedio para toda la muestra fue de 3.07, equivalente al 61.50%. Específicamente, los resultados indicaron que la influencia en el aspecto educativo tuvo una puntuación media de 3.41, mientras que el efecto en el comportamiento recibió una puntuación promedio de 2.75. Basándonos en estos resultados, se recomienda hacer esfuerzos para facilitar la integración de los estudiantes en las escuelas. Además, es aconsejable fortalecer la participación tanto de organizaciones locales como internacionales en el apoyo financiero a las familias de los estudiantes. Además, la implementación de programas de rehabilitación y asesoramiento psicológico para los estudiantes es crucial para aliviar el trauma resultante de la guerra.

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2023-12-01

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Haraki, O. A., & Drwish, D. H. (2023). El impacto del conflicto en Siria en el desarrollo educativo y conductual de los estudiantes: perspectivas de los profesores de escuelas intermedias en la ciudad de Homs. Páginas De Educación, 16(2), 85–110. https://doi.org/10.22235/pe.v16i2.3172