Haydeé Pariona Cárdenas, Carlos Alberto Coz Torre

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.3864-3874

This article is a systematic review and aims to review and compare the impact of the implementation of virtual education on E.B.R students in Peru in the last 5 years. Due to its characteristics, it is descriptive, bibliographic and has a qualitative approach. To structure this study, 30 articles published in Peru have been considered. As a result, the authors indicate that of 100% of studies, 53.4% indicate that they had difficulties with virtual education, 33.3% did not have difficulties with virtual education and 13.3% indicate that it affected mental health and generated stress. The region that has the most publications is Lima with 80% and as for the year in 2022, 53% of articles were published. Conclusion In the analysis of the results, it was found that most of the works indicate that virtual education was the systematic and important tool in the development of their classes.

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