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19 November 2021
Teaching and Learning the Age of Covid-19: Cognitive Dissonance in a Pandemic
In the throes of a pandemic and sudden closures, the school community has become nimble in reaching out to students. Current classroom teachers, school counselors, school administrators, and university faculty are invited to submit a manuscript to be included in this special issue focusing on experiences with campus closures and continuing teacher responsibilities.
- What were lessons learned in the abrupt change from a physical classroom to a virtual classroom?
- How can emotional connections be maintained while physically distancing?
- What challenges confront special education in the virtual classroom?
- Are parents active or passive partners with at-home learning?
- These questions represent only a few issues around schooling in an age of lockdown. Other questions may interest readers that are not listed here.
- Editors are specifically interested in the perspectives of practitioners from middle and high schools and universities.
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- Select, Teaching and Learning the Age of Covid-19: Cognitive Dissonance in a Pandemic, the special issue title when submitting your paper to Scholar One
- Action research, classroom strategies, are personal perspectives are acceptable papers for this special issue
- Manuscript deadline: August 1, 2021
- Notification of acceptance: October 4, 2021
- Expected publication November 2021
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