Isabella Francheska Vanessa Martínez Martínez

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.1538-1543

Directive leadership is a current and recent concept in the world, a concept that is the subject of reflection and analysis by researchers, which is manifested through numerous national and international publications. In this context, the purpose of our research is to analyze directive leadership in Peruvian education in times of pandemic from a systematic review. The methodology was referred to the search for scientific evidence provided in the period from 2020 to 2021, the systematic review is descriptive with a quantitative approach, coordinated through hermeneutic, content analysis, analytical-synthetic and statistical methods. Among the main discoveries, we find the recognition of the tendency to treat the subject from quantitative, correlational positions, studies that greatly limit the results of the studies, since this level of study only seeks to find the characteristics or factors that affect the problem and not to solve them, in this sense, the data clearly indicates few experimental analytical studies, which do incorporate a series of methodological tools for the search of the solution to the problem posed. It is concluded that there is an important tendency in the production of national studies on the subject of directive leadership, from the quantitative approach, correlational level, a level of study that allows the identification of the factors that determine the problem, but limits the search to offer a practical and adequate solution to the problem posed.

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