The closure of higher education educational centers, including higher education institutions, was one of the first measures taken by the Argentine National Government to prevent the spread of the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. This article addresses some strategies related to teaching in higher education carried out during the COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina, as well as future projections or recommendations that could be derived in the post-pandemic stage with the aim of having strategies of coping with similar situations. The pandemic generated a deep reflection on institutional educational practices in the country, in particular, regarding their pedagogical sufficiency to take on the challenges of training mediated by technological resources. Virtual education implies extra work for the teacher, not only because of the preparation of materials, but also because of the need to always be available to hundreds of students. In the case of higher education, current reality has shown that, although some careers or subjects are practically impossible to do in virtual mode, in others it is feasible and even practical; The need arises then to review the curricular networks in the universities. Not only teachers, but also students, should be willing to change traditional models of education and find more participatory roles, so that this situation, a product of the health crisis, translates into a positive change in the educational processes of education. Argentine superior that is maintained in time.

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Published on 04/11/22
Submitted on 04/11/22

Volume Vol. 1, 2022
DOI: 10.56294/saludcyt202116
Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license

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