student teaching, teacher preparation, COVID-19, school context
The COVID-19 pandemic forced the teacher workforce into distance teaching essentially overnight. This educational migration, necessitated by the public health emergency, has dramatically altered and diversified the realities of teachers’ working lives and the conditions in which they teach. This changing environment has important implications for teacher education. This paper presents five assumptions about teacher education and the uncertain work of preparing culturally responsive and social –justice oriented teachers for a rapidly evolving teaching environment. We seek to animate questions and concerns about teacher education in the context of COVID-19 and the implications for social justice teacher preparation.
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Thompson, Alisun; Darwich, Lina; and Bartlett, Lora
"Not Remotely Familiar: How COVID-19 is Reshaping Teachers’ Work and the Implications for Teacher Education,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 15
, Article 2.