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Lockdown lessons: an international conversation on resilient GI science teaching

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posted on 2024-03-01, 16:52 authored by Justine I Blanford, Forrest Bowlick, Anthony Gidudu, Michael Gould, Amy L Griffin, Bandana Kar, Karen Kemp, Mairéad de Róiste, Stefano deSabbata, Diana Sinton, Josef Strobl, Nicholas Tate, Fred Toppen, David Unwin

We report the findings from two global panel “conversations” that, stimulated by the exceptional coronavirus pandemic of 2020/21, explored the concept of resilience in geographic science teaching and learning. Characteristics of resilient teaching, both in general and with reference to GISc, are listed and shown to be essentially what might in the past have been called good teaching. Similarly, barriers to resilient teaching are explored and strategies for overcoming them listed. Perhaps the most important conclusion is a widespread desire not to “bounce back” to pre-COVID ways, but to use the opportunity to “bounce forward” towards better teaching and learning practices.

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Author affiliation

College of Science & Engineering/Geography, Geology & Environment

Version

  • AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Published in

Journal of Geography in Higher Education

Volume

46

Issue

1

Pagination

7 - 19

Publisher

Informa UK Limited

issn

0309-8265

eissn

1466-1845

Copyright date

2021

Available date

2024-03-01

Language

en

Deposited by

Dr Stef De Sabbata

Deposit date

2024-02-29

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