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ARTICLE: A GLOBAL RESET: COVID-19 AND THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION AND LEARNING


What is it?

This issue presented in the Comparative Journal of Curriculum, Learning, and Assessment has 17 useful articles discussing the future of education and learning as a result of Covid-19.

Who is it for?

Everyone interested in education.

What can it do?

Volume 49, issue 1-2, October 2020

Articles in this issue:
  • Reflections on COVID-19 and the future of education and learning
  • A Global Reset of Education
  • COVID-19 causes unprecedented educational disruption: Is there a road towards a new normal?
  • Contingent reflections on coronavirus and priorities for educational planning and development
  • Learning and the pandemic: What’s next?
  • COVID-19 as a catalyst for educational change
  • Nothing is new, but everything has changed: A viewpoint on the future school
  • Imagining what education can be post-COVID-19
  • Girls and women in the educational system: The curricular challenge
  • SDG 4 and the COVID-19 emergency: Textbooks, tutoring, and teachers
  • Complexities of difference and their significance for managing inequality in learning: Lessons from the COVID-19 crisis
  • COVID-19 and the opportunity to design a more mindful approach to learning
  • Pandemics, leadership, and social ethics
  • Education as the path to a sustainable recovery from COVID-19
  • Collective impacts on a global education emergency: The power of network response
  • Education, the science of learning, and the COVID-19 crisis
  • Education and the COVID-19 pandemic






Prospects. (2020). A Global Reset: COVID-19 and the Future of Education and Learning. Comparative Journal of Curriculum, Learning, and Assessment, 49 (1-2). Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/journal/11125/volumes-and-issues/49-1