Introduction to Volume 7 Issue 1, Teaching Change in a Changing World

“Change” is a word we hear a lot today – and, indeed, with a new United States president and administration, change is not just in the wind but in our lives. Some call it change we can believe in, while others encourage change we must all be a part of. For the field of education, the world’s changes at the macro-level will likely bring major changes to schools and classrooms, as well as the lives of teachers and students, through revised education policies and reform agendas. With this in mind, we designated a special issue this year to deal specifically with issues of change. Each article explores new initiatives or ways of thinking that simultaneously impact the learning lives of teachers, teacher educators, and students, while also impacting the larger educational and global landscape.



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