“This book represents one of the first to be published sharing social science research on the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on K-12 education,” Marshall stated. “It also serves as a history book of sorts, documenting what this time was like for those involved in schools.”
The book is cut up into three sections. The first part explores how lecturers, faculty leaders, and fogeys skilled education throughout the pandemic. The second half particulars how colleges reopened, each within the United States and internationally. It additionally takes a have a look at how non-public colleges navigated the disaster and explores pandemic pods and different different education modalities. The third and remaining part examines how trainer preparation applications pivoted throughout COVID-19.
In addition to his introduction, Marshall penned 5 extra chapters. One of these chapters was co-authored by David Shannon, Humana-Germany-Sherman Distinguished Professor within the Department of Educational Foundations, Leadership, and Technology. Two chapters are co-authored by present Educational Psychology Ph.D. college students, Natalie Neugebauer and Deja Trammell. Two current Auburn University College of Education graduates, Sarah Woods, Ph.D. and Parinita Shetty, M.Ed. additionally contributed to the book.
Tom Smith, University Professor of Special Education and former dean on the University of Arkansas, stated the next in his evaluation, “The most important aspect of the book is that it provides many lessons learned that will help all educators and parents deal with future pandemics.”
Congratulations Dr. Marshall!