Beyhan Farhadi, a post-doctoral researcher in the Faculty of Education at York University, discusses the relationship between educational...
Associate Professor Sarah Barrett is the featured interview in Podcast or Perish. In this episode, Barrett discusses the emotional experience of online learning and how it has affected teachers and students during the pandemic.
The Conversation Canada - Masks and other pandemic measures are necessary at school, but can make it harder to hear in classrooms
Masks, social distancing and increased ventilation are all necessary pandemic measures in classrooms, but they can make for a difficult listening and hearing environment for students and teachers. While this is true for students with hearing loss, the capacity for COVID-19 measures to affect all students’ ability to hear clearly should also be considered.
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Many young students are facing problems getting back into the swing of school after the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to learn from home, where parents were nearby and rigid schedules were often replaced with loosely structured days.
Associate Professors Sue Winton and Chloë Brushwood Rose have co-edited a special issue of the Journal of Teaching and Learning. The issue titled "Emerging Research on the Impacts of COVID-19 for Children, Youth, and Education features a number of Faculty of Education researchers.
In the media: The long-term effects and challenges in how and where students will learn in September due to the pandemic
Radio host Tina Cortese (105.9 the Region) speaks with Professor Sarah Barrett from the Faculty of Education at York University about the long-term effects and challenges in how and where students learn, will high school grads have a tough time in college/university this fall and what will the classroom look like in September?
On April 7, the next session in York University’s "Reciprocal Learning in Times of Crisis" monthly virtual colloquium series will feature a panel of educational experts and activists who will discuss the racialized implications of COVID-19 in Toronto.
The next virtual colloquium in York University’s ‘Reciprocal Learning in Times of Crisis’ monthly series will feature a discussion from two international experts on the impacts of COVID-19 for mobile populations across Africa.
Sarah Barrett, Associate Professor at York University's Faculty of Education was recently interviewed by 105.9 The Region on the impact of online learning and the results of Barrett's survey conducted in 2020. Through surveying teachers Barrett found that last year's sudden change to online learning affected the majority of teacher's as they did not have […]