Share Paper: Teaching and Learning During Crisis: Collaboration for the Collective Good

  1. Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, Stonehill College, United States
  2. Rebekah Louis, Boston University, United States
  3. Lisa D'Souza, Assumption University, United States
  4. Patricia Mason, South Shore Educational Collaborative, United States
Friday, November 20 11:35 AM-12:35 PM Room 3

Abstract: This session will focus on the collaborative inquiry research of a group of teachers and teacher educators, brought together by the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 and the sudden shift in teacher educators' and teachers' responsibilities. We will address aspects of the work of Project SOLVE (Strategies and Opportunities for Leading Virtual Learning) in four areas: the shifting landscape of teacher preparation; the educational inequities which were exposed during the crisis; teacher preparation practices which can support the preparation of teachers for virtual and hybrid environments; and adjustments to practice at the PK-22 level, based on the free resource this group ...