Tutorial Factors Associated With Dropout and Failure in Higher Education


The purpose of this work is to present the tutorial factors associated with desertion and failure identified in higher education, at the Technological University of the Southeast of Veracruz (TUSV), a non-experimental design is suggested, based on a quantitative, analytical and descriptive approach. It addresses two of the five phases proposed in the methodology for the implementation of information technologies in the academic tutorial field. The population includes male and female university students over 18 years of age, the sample is random with 375 students who answered two questionnaires. Two questionnaire-type instruments were applied, one on risk factors, which includes socioeconomic aspects, health considering the instrument validated by Campo (2014), to which aspects on drug use and experienced emotions are added, personal aspects that refer to self-regulation of learning proposed by Lenniaz Matos Fernández (2009), which has been validated and academic environment, another to know the performance of the tutor, taking into account aspects of the national model of technological tutoring. universities and polytechnics, the work of Navarro (2014) is addressed in the same way, in which three dimensions are identified: tutor tasks, methodological mastery/attitudinal aspect, and interpersonal/communicative relational skills. Data from school services on failure are analyzed, together with the data collected, elements are obtained to identify endogenous and exogenous factors associated with dropout due to failure.

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Luz Alondra Katt Morales, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Mexico

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Conference: PCE2023
Stream: Higher education

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Morales L. (2023) Tutorial Factors Associated With Dropout and Failure in Higher Education ISSN: 2758-0962 The Paris Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2758-0962.2023.40
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2758-0962.2023.40

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