Wednesday, June 24
3:30 PM-4:30 PM
CEST
Room 8

Goldilocks in the Pandemic: What’s “just right” with technology for K-12 teachers in Emergency Remote Teaching?

Brief Paper: Live Presentation ID: 57897
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    Shawn Daley
    Michigan State University
  2. Ying Hu
    Michigan State University
  3. Karin Harrington
    Lenox Elementary School
  4. Olivia Green
    Gresham High School
  5. Kristie Stevens
    Camas High School
  6. Stacey Wilkins
    Scappoose Middle School

Abstract: K-12 educators have deployed an extensive range of technology tools during the emergency remote teaching (ERT) that has been mandated by the COVID-19 pandemic. But how well did they perceive the effectiveness of their use of that technology to serve all students? What process did teachers follow in terms of selecting their tools? This study, involving a group of educators from two northwest states, examines the mindsets and choices of K-12 educators who had to navigate the vagaries of ERT in middle and high school classrooms.

Presider: Eamon Costello, Dublin City University

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