Professionalism in the pandemic: free-to-access EarlyCite articles now available
As educators around the world respond to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Journal of Professional Capital and Community (JPCC), the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI), and the ARC Education Project have collaboratively launched a special issue of JPCC: Professionalism in the Pandemic.
The purpose of this special issue is to create a scholarly forum for sharing perspectives from around the world about how educators in classrooms, schools, school systems, and broader communities are innovatively, creatively, and productively responding to this unfolding crisis.VIDEO CONTENT AVAILABLE
To support and supplement this special themed issue you can watch Martin Scanlan, Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Capital and Community, talk with experts Alma Harris, Pak Tee Ng, and Pasi Sahlberg about professionalism in the pandemic.
As articles become available, they will be placed on the EarlyCite platform within Emerald Insight.
Click the articles below for free access and stay tuned for more articles being added on a weekly basis.
Beyond COVID-19 supernova. Is another education coming?
School leadership during a pandemic: navigating tensions
Deborah M. Netolicky
Considerations for school leaders serving US immigrant communities in the global pandemic
Rebecca Lowenhaupt, Megan Hopkins
Will the pandemic change schools?
The Covid-19 pandemic and the dissolution of the university campus: implications for student support practice
Rille Raaper and Chris Brown
Learning in the time of COVID-19: capitalizing on the opportunity presented by the pandemic
Christopher E. Trombly
Principal professionalism in the time of COVID-19
Corrie Stone-Johnson and Jennie Miles Weiner
COVID-19 – school leadership in crisis?
Building blocks of instructor professional development for innovative ICT use during a pandemic
Kim Schildkamp, Iwan Wopereis, Marian Kat-De Jong, Annette Peet and IJsbrand Hoetjes
The perils of notional membership during a pandemic
Christina L. Dobbs and Christine Montecillo Leider
Pracademics in the pandemic: pedagogies and professionalism
Trista Hollweck & Armand Doucet
Professional capital after the pandemic: revisiting and revising classic understandings of teachers' work
Andy Hargreaves and Michael Fullan
Education During the Pandemic: The Case of Kuwait