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Ethical-Attitudinal Profile Towards a New Normality in Future Peruvian Educators

Version 1 : Received: 30 March 2022 / Approved: 1 April 2022 / Online: 1 April 2022 (11:29:54 CEST)

How to cite: Reluz-Barturén, F.F.; Dioses-Lescano, N.; Morales-Huamán, H.I.; Díaz- De Angulo, D.; Fernández Otoya, F.A.; Taboada Montaño, L.A. Ethical-Attitudinal Profile Towards a New Normality in Future Peruvian Educators. Preprints 2022, 2022040006 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202204.0006.v1). Reluz-Barturén, F.F.; Dioses-Lescano, N.; Morales-Huamán, H.I.; Díaz- De Angulo, D.; Fernández Otoya, F.A.; Taboada Montaño, L.A. Ethical-Attitudinal Profile Towards a New Normality in Future Peruvian Educators. Preprints 2022, 2022040006 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202204.0006.v1).

Abstract

To determine the ethical-attitudinal profile of university students in the education career during the pandemic with a tendency towards a new normality. University students of the education career were surveyed online, in an ethical key (axiological attitude, moral attitude and attitude towards new normality). The research was descriptive of univariate hypothesis, with non-probabilistic snowball sampling, reaching a sample of 480 participants. The Ethical-Attitudinal Profile Scale (EPEA) was designed, whose reliability was 0.93 in Lawshe's formula and 0.89 in Cronbach's Alpha. In the axiological attitude, values were obtained more frequently: respect with 79%, sincerity with 73%, prudence with 72%. In the moral attitude, a polar result is contrasted between laxity (67%) and kindness (45%); while, in the attitude towards new normality, there was no spike in frequencies, being distributed more homogeneously between indicators, with a low resilience index. There is an adequate evaluative profile of the university students of the education career despite the context of the pandemic and the trend towards a new normality; having a moral attitude of laxity inferred by the circumstances of uncertainty that are experienced in adverse contexts.

Keywords

Teacher training; moral education; values system; higher education; SARS-CoV2

Subject

SOCIAL SCIENCES, Education Studies

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