Guina Marcela Recalde Carranza, Luis Alexander Pulido Joo, Cristian Raymound Gutiérrez Ulloa, Liz Maribel García Salirrosas, Dora Elisa Elías Martinez

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.1222-1228

This study investigates e-learning as an alternative method in primary education during the COVID-19 pandemic, considering its effectiveness in addressing the challenges of maintaining the attention of young students. A systematic review design was used in SCOPUS, using descriptors such as “e-learning” and “covid-19,” resulting in 23 articles from an initial search of 2717 registers. These articles addressed topics such as student satisfaction, teaching strategies, and the implementation of advanced technologies. Despite being a crucial tool during the pandemic, e-learning faces challenges, including the need for adaptation by students and teachers and the technological gap in low-income households. The results show mixed impacts on academic performance, mental health, and socialization. The article concludes that e-learning is vital in primary education during pandemic times, emphasizing the need for effective teaching strategies and technological support to enhance online learning.

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