UPGM teachers and virtual teaching during isolation at the time of COVID -19
Gladys Del C Velázquez-López, Alexander Vargas-Almeida, Susana Pérez-Santos
The effects produced by the COVID-19 pandemic have reached all sectors of the population. Education has not been the exception, even when actions were generated to give continuity to academic activities, which although it is true they mitigated the school backwardness, they also brought consequences for students and teachers. This paper presents the results of a survey that was applied to the professors of the Polytechnic University of the Gulf of Mexico (UPGM). The main objective is to know the impact generated on professors by working in virtual mode due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the way in which they have implemented their didactic strategies during the periods: May-August (2020-2) and September - December (2020-3). A questionnaire of 27 questions was designed using the online platform Google Forms and a sample was selected, with the data collected a qualitative-descriptive analysis was carried out.