Resiliency and Cooperation or Regarding Social and Collective Competencies for University Achievement. An Analysis from a Systemic Perspective

Authors

  • Miriam Aparicio CONICET (National Council for Scientific and Technical Research, Parque General San Martin, Mendoza, Argentina) – Mendoza). Argentina. Lead Researcher.National University of Cuyo, PICTO Project 2016-0008. BID Loan. Argentina.

Keywords:

cooperation – resiliency – university – extending studies – social and collective competencies

Abstract

This research is found within the framework of the issue of University Quality. It was carried out using a sample of subjects from 6 different university schools in Argentina who extended their studies (1985-2004). The objective was to determine the factors underlying this extension. The methodology used was quantitative-qualitative. The model integrates base variables, pedagogical-institutional variables, structural variables, organizational variables, and psychosocial variables. Among the latter, we focus on Cooperation – nucleus of Resilience – in relation to university success (US), taking into account that cooperation is a social/collective competence which is highly valued in the new organizational models looking toward student success (PISA, 2015; OECD 2018). The results show the impact of this factor on achievement, as well as the importance of building collective competencies.

Published

2018-12-29