The COVID-19 pandemic and heightened social awareness of 2020-2021 changed how we conducted our teaching. It was more than just a technology shift; it was a confrontation of sometimes unquestioned assumptions about what it was to teach and learn.  As we move into fall 2021, this issue of the journal asks, of all the changes and challenges we faced as educators, what new approaches that we were forced to try will we keep as we recreate our classrooms, in whatever format, as we emerge from the exigencies of the past year? What will stick? 

Published: 2022-02-07

Checking In

Anna Hensley

The New Room

Maureen McHugh

"I Got This"

Teaching Online During a Pandemic

Shannon Phelps, Leslie Ortquist-Ahrens