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1 [GO] 2022―Apr―28 Supporting professional development for educators during the pandemic: Lessons from an international blended learning diploma program Enyi Jen, Sven Mathijssen, Lianne Hoogeveen
2 [GO] 2022―Feb―28 Postpandemic futures of Global Citizenship Education for preservice teachers: Challenges and possibilities Allison Witt
3 [GO] 2021―Dec―20 Covid-19 and school closure: Examining the impact on private mid-range and low-fee private basic schools in Ghana Lordina Juvenile Ehwi, Richmond Juvenile Ehwi
4 [GO] 2021―Nov―10 Psychological impact of school closure and social isolation on female students during Covid-19: A case study from Bangladesh Sohela Mustari, Mehe Zebunnesa Rahman, Susmita Kar
5 [GO] 2021―Nov―10 Learning loss during Covid-19: An early systematic review Robin Donnelly, Harry Anthony Patrinos
6 [GO] 2021―Aug―23 The impact of Covid-19 on education equity: A view from Barbados and Jamaica Stacey N. J. Blackman
7 [GO] 2021―Jun―29 Locked in and locked out: Covid-19 and teaching “remotely” Teresa Strong-Wilson, A. Yoder
8 [GO] 2021―Jun―29 Liminality, disruption, and change: A prismatic look at pandemic education Marni E. Fisher, Meredith A. Dorner, Kimiya Sohrab Maghzi, Charlotte Achieng-Evensen, Leslie C. Whitaker, Frances Hansell, et al. (+2)
9 [GO] 2021―Jun―21 Curriculum and the Covid-19 crisis William F. Pinar
10 [GO] 2021―Jun―04 “Throwing salt on wounds”: Covid-19 and a curriculum of embodiment Zahra Kasamali
11 [GO] 2021―May―18 Radical investment in the curriculum in times of Covid-19: Can we question the anti-science discourses? Alice Casimiro Lopes
12 [GO] 2021―May―04 The viralization of online education: Learning beyond the time of the coronavirus Tatiana Stofella Sodré Rossini, Miriam Maia do Amaral, Edméa Santos
13 [GO] 2021―Apr―28 Covid-19 and In(di)genuity: Lessons from Indigenous resilience, adaptation, and innovation in times of crisis Kiera Brant-Birioukov
14 [GO] 2021―Apr―28 Why flipping the classroom is not enough: Digital curriculum making after the pandemic Susanne Backes, Isabell Baumann, Dominic Harion, Sabrina Sattler, Thomas Lenz
15 [GO] 2021―Apr―28 Using the pandemic to decolonize nature: Interrogating pragmatic education William J. Foley
16 [GO] 2021―Mar―29 The significance of sense in the time of plagues: Curricular responsiveness to the Covid-19 crisis Hannah Spector
17 [GO] 2021―Mar―04 Curricular responsiveness to the Covid-19 crisis: The case of Indonesia Dinny Risri Aletheiani
18 [GO] 2021―Mar―04 Exploring the need for a responsive school curriculum to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic in Pakistan Rani Gul, Gulab Khilji
19 [GO] 2021―Jan―20 Waking up to the dawn of a new era: Reconceptualization of curriculum post Covid-19 Sümer Aktan
20 [GO] 2021―Jan―15 Rethinking community participation in education post Covid-19 Radhika Iyengar
21 [GO] 2021―Jan―15 The educational impact of the Covid-19 rapid response on teachers, students, and families: Insights from British Columbia, Canada Margaret MacDonald, Cher Hill
22 [GO] 2021―Jan―05 How might Covid-19 affect the biology curricula of the future? Two principles for curriculum developers to consider Judith M. D. Roberts
23 [GO] 2021―Jan―05 Quality early childhood education for all and the Covid-19 crisis: A viewpoint Jane Spiteri
24 [GO] 2021―Jan―05 Remote learning and students’ mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic: A mixed-method enquiry Suzanne Lischer, Netkey Safi, Cheryl Dickson
25 [GO] 2021―Jan―05 Curriculum and coronavirus: New approaches to curriculum in the age of uncertainty Ivor F. Goodson, John F. Schostak
26 [GO] 2020―Nov―24 The response of clinical practice curriculum in teacher education to the Covid-19 breakout: A case study from Israel Linor L. Hadar, Bracha Alpert, Tamar Ariav
27 [GO] 2020―Nov―02 Re-imagining curriculum in India: Charting a path beyond the pandemic Poonam Batra
28 [GO] 2020―Oct―23 Exams tested by Covid-19: An opportunity to rethink standardized senior secondary examinations Rebecca Cairns
29 [GO] 2020―Oct―19 Covid-19 pandemic and the prospects of education in South Africa Lesley Le Grange
30 [GO] 2020―Sep―29 Reflections on COVID-19 and the future of education and learning Simona Popa
31 [GO] 2020―Sep―03 Learning and the pandemic: What’s next? Michael Fullan
32 [GO] 2020―Aug―06 School curriculum in South Africa in the Covid-19 context: An opportunity for education for relevance Labby Ramrathan
33 [GO] 2020―Jul―29 COVID-19 and the opportunity to design a more mindful approach to learning Conrad Hughes
34 [GO] 2020―Jul―12 Education as the path to a sustainable recovery from COVID-19 Radhika Iyengar
35 [GO] 2020―Jul―03 Complexities of difference and their significance for managing inequality in learning: Lessons from the COVID-19 crisis Crain Soudien
36 [GO] 2020―Jun―28 SDG 4 and the COVID-19 emergency: Textbooks, tutoring, and teachers Colette Chabbott, Margaret Sinclair
37 [GO] 2020―Jun―26 Contingent reflections on coronavirus and priorities for educational planning and development Keith M. Lewin
38 [GO] 2020―Jun―11 COVID-19 as a catalyst for educational change Yong Zhao
39 [GO] 2020―Jun―03 COVID-19 causes unprecedented educational disruption: Is there a road towards a new normal? Hans d’Orville
40 [GO] 2020―Jun―02 Pandemics, leadership, and social ethics Miguel Ángel Escotet
41 [GO] 2020―May―29 Community-based programs to tackle environmental education and COVID-19: A case study from Millburn, New Jersey Radhika Iyengar, Haein Shin
42 [GO] 2020―May―28 COVID-19 and schooling in South Africa: Who should go back to school first? Nic Spaull
43 [GO] 2020―May―25 Education, the science of learning, and the COVID-19 crisis Michael S. C. Thomas, Cathy Rogers
44 [GO] 2020―Apr―20 Education and the COVID-19 pandemic Sir John Daniel
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