Social Skills and Coexistence in the Virtual Classroom in University Students
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between social skills and coexistence in the virtual classroom of students in intermediate cycles of the four branches of a Peruvian university. The population was 11,700 students from the fourth to the seventh cycle, from which a sample of 390 students was extracted. The instruments applied were: the Social Skills Scale (EHB) and the Virtual
Classroom Coexistence Scale (ECAV). The results show that there is a direct and low relationship between social skills and coexistence in the virtual classroom given that the Pearson correlation is .240, the effect size is 0.4969909 and the statistical power is 1.000. It is concluded that there is a very weak correlation; however, the effect size is large and the statistical power is very high.
Author's Name: Dennis Arias-Chávez, Mitchell Alberto Alarcón Diaz and Segundo Pérez Saavedra
Volume: Volume 11
Issues: Volume 11
Keywords: Social Skills, Coexistence in the Virtual Classroom, University Students.