The Andean Cosmovision and its relation to the Learning of the Students of the Faculty of Education Initial Level of the Universidad Tecnológica de Los Andes, Andahuaylas Sub Headquarters

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Dr. Mario Humberto Taipe Cancho, Mg. Indira Taipe Cancho, Mg. Wilman Taipe Cancho, Mg. Gladys Taipe Cancho, Aedemir Elizabeth Taipe Gómez


This article is an extract of the results of a research on the Andean Cosmovision and its relationship with the learning of students of the Faculty of Education Initial Level of the Universidad Tecnológica de Los Andes Sub Sede Andahuaylas, whose research was to make known the existence of the Andean Cosmovision, as transmission, conservation and preservation of learning and forms of resistance to the current situations in which they live. Likewise, it was oriented to demonstrate the relationship and dependence of the Andean cosmovision variables, whose components are (Hanaq Pacha, Uku Pacha and Kay Pacha), with the preservation of the student’s learning. It is important to highlight that the type of research was descriptive and correlational; the design used was non-experimental, applying the instruments to 108 students of the Faculty of Education of the Initial Level of the UTEA. Finally, it demonstrated that the greater the transmission of the wisdom of the Andean communities, the greater the conservation, preservation and conservation of learning.

On the other hand, the study analyzes the relationship of variables (correlational) and how to establish relationships between some variables in a certain place or time. In order to reiterate that learning in Andean communities is rooted in a reciprocal correlational sphere, where the balance of nature, man, woman, and deities do not fit in a traditional form of education; but, on the contrary, with the research work a contribution is made to a new ethno-educational approach from the wisdom of Andean thought. Therefore, it is necessary to disseminate and strengthen the Andean Pachasofia as a contribution to intercultural education in Peru, which is not only a matter of language as a mother tongue, but its very life transcends and becomes eschatological to resize life from the different areas that society itself imposes as a norm, without taking into account that beyond the mental structures of the common person, there are new contributions with new ways of learning. It is worth saying that the contribution found in the research work gives for much more, even showing a new school from the transmission of wisdom and its conservation, no longer to talk about the most known IEP (Institutional Educational Project); but it would be talking about a CEP (Community Educational Project) and the ITE (Indigenous Territorial Entities) up to the indigenous territorial reordering.

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