Journal Title or Book Title
The Journal of School & Society
The Journal of School & Society is the online open-access journal of the John Dewey Society. ©Author(s) 2021
The year is 2020; it is unrecognizable to students, parents, and teachers. While struggling daily to redefine what pandemic teaching is—interwoven with the stress of surviving the disease, or even managing at-home life—teachers are challenged to be innovative in new ways. They are called to be agile, creative, digitally fluent, and responsive to varied models of instructional delivery. Hours are spent balancing home and work while designing virtual lessons, developing engaging activities, learning new technology and remote-teaching strategies, as well as determining which students may be lost along the way. It is widely recognized and documented that not all districts are resourced the same way. Accordingly, the tools for both accessibility and ready-to-go technology impact new instructional models. This is compounded by the complex rollout of instructional methodologies across the nation, and uncertainty for the future.
Cohan, Audrey Ed.D and Honigsfeld, Andrea Ed.D., "Educator Perspectives on Both Sides of the Pandemic: Inspirations Taken from Hamilton" (2021). Faculty Works: Education. 93.