Depression and anxiety in learning of children and adolescents
Keywords:anxiety, depression, psychological disorders, teaching-learning process
The purpose of the research is to analyze the impact that psychological disorders such as depression and anxiety have on the education of children and adolescents. This subject is valued in the educational field where the need arises to know the different causes and consequences of this problem to carry out educational practices according to the needs of the students. Several scientific theories obtained through the documentary bibliographic review are exposed, making comparisons based on opinions from different reliable sources, applying the qualitative approach, allowing relationships between different areas from the macro to what happened at the national level and the local context where the events take place students. The results determined the importance of communication between the family of students with depression and anxiety with the educational community, to jointly plan actions for the benefit of students.
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