Journal of Social and Political
ISSN 2615-3718 (Online)
ISSN 2621-5675 (Print)
Published: 15 March 2018
Virtual Monitoring in Mexican Computer Assisted Learning for Marginalized Population
Autonomous University of Zacatecas, Mexico
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This paper presents the results of scientific, pedagogical research, which goal was to reveal the main features and the role of virtual tutoring in computer-assisted learning for marginalized population analyzing the Mexican Care Program for Demand of Adult Education and its instruments: Meeting Points and Community Places. Author founds that the virtual tutoring in Mexican computer-assisted learning for marginalized population tutoring is an essential component of the educational process, is completely free, accessible and flexible. The users of the Mexican Care Program for Demand of Adult Education can have virtual tutoring not only in Spanish, but also in 63 languages of the indigenous ethnic groups. The virtual tutoring as part of the computer-assisted learning for the marginalized population is relatively recent tutoring modality and has had rapid development. It is a system of online academic activities planned, scheduled, registered, evaluated and followed up. The virtual tutor in the education for the marginalized population in Mexico acquires not only the general skills of e-moderating but also masters the specific psycho-pedagogical and psychosocial skills for mentoring a marginalized adult.