The Future of K-12 Education as a Result of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Poster Demonstration (Pre-Recorded) ID: 59004
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    Aubrey Statti
    The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
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    Inaya Jaafar
    The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
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    Kelly Torres
    The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
  4. James Pedersen
    Essex County Schools of Technology
  5. Soha Abdeljaber
    Rising Leaders Academy

Abstract: A survey of 108 K-12 educators teaching during the 2020-2021 school year in public, private, charter, and alternative school settings was conducted resulting in a variety of responses from participants noting both the challenges and value of their virtual, remote, and blended teaching experiences. Through the framework of the social-ecological model and the technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge (TPACK) framework, this article seeks to provide recommendations and predictions for future academic years and the lasting impacts from COVID-19 in school settings, specific to how the teacher’s role, the school administration’s role, and the government’s role will all be impacted in the coming decade of education.


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