Camille DICKSON-DEANE (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
Sharon RAVITCH (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
Anvar SADAT (Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education, India)
CHAIR: Jayakrishnan Madathil WARRIEM (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India)
CURATED BY: APSCE Practice-Driven Research, Teachers’ Professional Development & Policies (PTP) SIG
Date: 19 October 2021
Time: 02:00-03:15 (UTC, i.e., GMT+0)
FREE Registration (due 17 October, 2021): https://apsce.net/webinar
As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, educational institutions all over the world had to adapt and innovate. Instructors at all educational levels attempted to continue teaching through the remote online mode. Parents and guardians became at-home teachers. New skills were learnt, new practices adopted, and new questions for research began to emerge. Policy decisions were taken to address the digital gap.
We are now at the stage where the immediate crisis of the pandemic appears to be receding. Yet its impact remains and possibly has a long tail. Which of the new educational practices and innovations will continue and which will fade away? What will education look like as we move into a post-pandemic setting and beyond? This panel will focus on issues around how learning, teaching and teacher-professional development, research, and policy are being envisioned in such a post pandemic setting.
Some questions this panel will explore: