Curriculum, Social-Emotional, Instruction, Covid-19, Narrative Inquiry
In March 2020, the Covid-19 Pandemic wreaked havoc on our nation’s educational system. Students, teachers, and administrators were forced to engage in a new remote learning model, which was unfamiliar. This narrative study draws on the lived experiences of six K-12 teachers in Southwest Ohio urban school districts. The data analysis was examined through the lens of the Science of Learning and Development framework (SoLD). Findings highlight the impact of Covid-19 on curriculum implementation. Results show that unprepared teachers could not pivot to online learning effectively, which may intensify the educational gaps and inequities among students in six urban schools in Southwest Ohio.
Rigaud, Vanessa M.; Googins, Jody; and Burton, Brett A.
"The Untold Stories from Covid-19: The Calamity of Implementing Curriculum During a Pandemic,"
Mid-Western Educational Researcher: Vol. 34:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/mwer/vol34/iss1/2