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Teachers and Teaching Post-COVID

Seizing Opportunities for Change

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"This truly is a book of our time, which I believe every educationalist should read. This book gives voice to worldwide perspectives on education post-COVID from Early Years teachers in the Caribbean to menopausal women in the UK. It gives a fascinating perspective on both the challenges and positive impacts of COVID-19. The ‘call for action’ is a passionate challenge to re-think what it is to be a teacher, to nurture the autonomy of teachers and work together to support and care for each other. It has to be one of the most powerful books I have read in a long while and is likely to remain next to my desk to share and revisit repeatedly."

Jo Tregenza, Reader in Education at University of Sussex and Vice President of the United Kingdom Literacy Association

"This is an important book. It explores the intersection between the professional and personal lives of teachers and academics and the focus on teachers' family life opens up big questions about the future of education globally, especially for the majority of the workforce who are women. Women educators and leaders work in an inequitable and inflexible system. Their voices are clearly expressed throughout the chapters and we need to hear them as it is clear the status quo is no longer adequate for women. This book will help to recalibrate the future of educational practice and it can't come soon enough for most of the education workforce."

Vivienne Porritt OBE, co-founder and Strategic Leader of #WomenEd, author, and Vice President of the Chartered College of Teaching

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
328
ISBN
9781032399492
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
23 x 16 cm

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"This truly is a book of our time, which I believe every educationalist should read. This book gives voice to worldwide perspectives on education post-COVID from Early Years teachers in the Caribbean to menopausal women in the UK. It gives a fascinating perspective on both the challenges and positive impacts of COVID-19. The ‘call for action’ is a passionate challenge to re-think what it is to be a teacher, to nurture the autonomy of teachers and work together to support and care for each other. It has to be one of the most powerful books I have read in a long while and is likely to remain next to my desk to share and revisit repeatedly."

Jo Tregenza, Reader in Education at University of Sussex and Vice President of the United Kingdom Literacy Association

"This is an important book. It explores the intersection between the professional and personal lives of teachers and academics and the focus on teachers' family life opens up big questions about the future of education globally, especially for the majority of the workforce who are women. Women educators and leaders work in an inequitable and inflexible system. Their voices are clearly expressed throughout the chapters and we need to hear them as it is clear the status quo is no longer adequate for women. This book will help to recalibrate the future of educational practice and it can't come soon enough for most of the education workforce."

Vivienne Porritt OBE, co-founder and Strategic Leader of #WomenEd, author, and Vice President of the Chartered College of Teaching

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