Revista Iberoamericana de la educación <p>Revista Iberoamericana de la Educación is an edition of the <strong>Instituto Tecnológico Superior Corporativo Edwards Deming.</strong> All material sent to the journal for publication and accepted by the Editorial Committee in attention to its quality and relevance is subject to peer review specialists in the corresponding fields of knowledge.</p> <p>Revista Iberoamericana de la Educación is a scientific journal dedicated to the quarterly publication of articles of original research results in Spanish, English and Portuguese that covers a variety of topics related to various areas of knowledge of education.</p> <p>The journal is a scientific journal dedicated to the quarterly publication of original research articles in Spanish, English and Portuguese covering a variety of topics related to diverse areas of knowledge in education. It is aimed at teachers, researchers and students in areas of training and research in education.</p> <p>Indexing in </p> <p><a href="">Latindex Catálogo</a></p> <p><a href="ón" target="_self">Redib</a></p> <p><a href=";as_sdt=0%2C5&amp;q=Influence+of+the+characteristics+of+competences+on+the+employability+of+graduates+of+Higher+Education+Institutions+Miguel+Cueva+Zavala&amp;btnG=" target="_self">Google académico</a>. </p> <p><a href="" target="_self">Index Copernicus</a></p> <p><a href="">RefSeek</a></p> <p><a href=";gsc.sort=date&amp;">JURN</a></p> <p><a href="">Advanced Sciences Index</a></p> <p><a href="">ResearchBib</a></p> en-US Revista Iberoamericana de la educación 2737-632X <p>The journal at its inception and until Vol 3 No 3 in 2020 published its content under the license (CC BY 4.0).</p> <p>The journal provides immediate open access to all its content on the principle of making research freely available to the public to support a greater global exchange of knowledge.</p> <p>In this way, the reader can access all the contents of the journal from the moment of publication without cost or subscription obligation.</p> <p>The journal is licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) license agreement. The authors retain the copyright and third parties are permitted to copy, distribute and make use of the works as long as they comply with the terms and conditions set forth by such license</p> <p>cite authorship and the original source of publication (journal, publisher and URL of the work).<br />Do not use them for commercial purposes.<br />If you remix, transform or create from the material, you must disseminate your contributions under the same license as the original.<br />More information can be found at</p> <p> </p> Andrology in the context of Higher Education: historical trend analysis. <p>Introduction. Faced with the demands of the knowledge and information society to oppose traditional education, Andragogy is resumed as the concept that encompasses various ideas for adult-only learning. Objective To systematically identify and evaluate scientific evidence on the origin and evolution of Andragogy and its emergence in the context of technological education. Method: The databases Scielo, Redalyc, Google Academic, Scopus were consulted. DOAJ. There was no language restriction. Articles that aimed to analyse the origin and evolution of Andragogy in technological education were included. Studies at other levels were excluded. After filtering, the total revised sources were 50. Results Andragogy is raised as a need to incorporate into higher education programs. Conclusion. Higher education centres when designing learning experiences for their students should take into account affective and cognitive aspects by applying Andragogy because their interest is focused on the adult learning process.</p> Graciela Victoria Panta Merino Carlos Alberto Centurión Cabanillas Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación 2021-06-16 2021-06-16 4 3 1 13 10.31876/rie.v4i3.64 Tutoring and Training of University Students <p>University tutoring is a process of accompaniment during the training of students that takes place through personalized attention and social coexistence. University Training is a set of formal approaches to didactic processes that enable the training, preparation or improvement of the student for their professional development and improvement from the beginning of their career. This initial training can be complemented with subsequent courses. The purpose of this research is to determine the relationship between University Tutoring and University Training of Students. The research is of a non-experimental applied type where the study of the already existing phenomenon is observed and described in its natural environment. It is concluded that, There is a direct and significant relationship between the development of tutoring and the university education of students. The participation of teachers as it has a direct relationship in the university education of students and there is a relationship between tutoring and the development of the professional profile of students, this being a non-cognitive area, which contributes to human development, it is of utmost importance its study as it will allow us to establish the dimensions and impact that this service has on student care.</p> Carlos Enrique Bernardo Zárate Claudia Noemi Rivera Rojas Aurora Elizabeth Montes Yacsahuache Benita Sonia Mancilla Curi Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación 2021-06-16 2021-06-16 4 3 14 31 10.31876/rie.v4i3.65 Applicable technologies to improve teaching processes at the higher education level <p>The general objective of the study is to analyze the role of the technologies applied in the improvement of higher-level teaching processes at the Toribio Rodríguez de Mendoza National University. The approach is mixed since the documentary analysis and the survey are used to obtain the data; the population consists of the main theoretical contents, Background and theories on the technologies to be used to improve higher-level teaching procedures and by 10 teachers from the Toribio Rodríguez de Mendoza National University,</p> <p>to whom a small survey was applied in order to identify the technological resources applied by teachers to support the teaching process learning, which promote the development of content and its implementation at the Toribio Rodríguez de Mendoza National University. The methods used were: Systemic, hermeneutic, hypothetical-deductive, statistical and analytical method. The incorporation of ICT into regular teaching practice is becoming closer to reality every day, thanks to the commitment and interest of teachers in the subject and the spread of educational portals on the Internet, where teaching resources for the classroom can be found.</p> Miriam Victoria Bacalla Del Castillo Clelia Jima Chamiquit Adolfo Cacho Revilla Yajaira Lizeth Carrasco Vega Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación 2021-06-16 2021-06-16 4 3 32 51 10.31876/rie.v4i3.66 Enhancing English in Ecuador: Exploring Korean English Educational Policy Innovations. <p><strong>Introduction. </strong>Ecuador requires the incorporation of new educational policies that meet the needs of English in today's society. One of the strategies required to solve this problem is to develop alongside international educational trends. <strong>Objective: </strong>This article explores the proposals in the teaching of the English language within the educational system of South Korea such as the EPIK and FSP, showing alternatives that may become applicable in the Ecuadorian context. <strong>Materials and methods. </strong>This review is qualitative, exploratory and descriptive in scope. Information related to the needs and challenges faced by EFL contexts was recovered and organized into three main sections: (1); Specific needs of the teaching-learning of English, (2); What about teaching English in South Korea? (3); Challenges of the EFL Context. <strong>Results.</strong> It was agreed that in Ecuador and Korea, students feel great difficulty developing productive skills (speaking / writing). <strong>Conclusion:</strong> Further research can take this article as a reference of the successes and challenges of EFL contexts to create more policies that can be implemented in such a way that schools, government and teachers are encouraged to take advantage of the variety of opportunities and overcome the challenges.</p> Chriselle Domenica Espinar Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación 2021-06-16 2021-06-16 4 3 52 77 10.31876/rie.v4i3.67 Neurolinguistic strategies for the development of cognitive skills <p>The general purpose of the research is to analyze how the application of neurolinguistic strategies stimulates cognitive skills to improve meaningful learning by means of a strategy guide in students of the eighth grade of the Center of Basic Education Prosecutor No 308 "Jaime Alfonso Nebot Velasco" located in the Letamendi parish of the city of Guayaquil in the province of Guayas. The approach is mixed as documentary analysis, survey and direct observation are used to obtain the data. The scope of study is determined in a finite population of 72 involved, which have common characteristics so it was not necessary to use formula; a survey was applied to this population and 8 clinical observations were made with the he purpose of establishing the basic cognitive skills for the processing of information known and used by students and at the same time the neurolinguistic strategies used by teachers and managers. The statistical method of causal non-probabilistic sampling is used as a process of obtaining, representing, simplifying, analyzing, interpreting and projecting the variables of this study; the research design is analytical-It is the synthetic and critical social paradigm that guided this research. This way of merging neurolinguistic strategies with process methodology, constitutes the fundamental platform for the development of knowledge, metaknowledge and cognitive skills, Cognitive goal, for the achievement of a system of own attitudes and values, strongly anchored in logical, critical, creative, balanced and meaningful thinking.</p> Mila del Carmen Cabezas Marín Alexandra Paola Álvarez Santos Carlos Roberto Humanante cabrera Henry Xavier Ponce Solórzano Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación 2021-06-16 2021-06-16 4 3 78 99 10.31876/rie.v4i3.68