Abstract / Synopsis
As we begin to transition from online instruction to in-person, we (four mathematics teacher educators) reflect on how COVID-19 impacted our instruction and address the question: what will we take back to in-person instruction? This article includes our individual reflections and an analytical synthesis of them. Findings reveal that there were unanticipated ways that human connection and consideration arose from teaching online, much of which we want to maintain in some form when returning to brick and mortar classrooms. We conclude by highlighting the value and importance of reflection for our own well-being.
Kathy L. Sun, Jennifer L. Ruef, Kathleen J. Stoehr & Madeline Ahearn, "Teaching Preservice Teachers in the Time of COVID: What’s Worth Keeping?," Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, Volume 12 Issue 1 (January 2022), pages 187-209. DOI: 10.5642/jhummath.202201.14. Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/jhm/vol12/iss1/14