Lessons from Coronavirus: What have we learnt as a result of dealing with COVID-19?
COVID-19 has challenged traditional education models and forced us to redesign the how, where and when of teaching and learning. From online learning opportunities and revitalised relationships with parents to flexible working arrangements and digital dance parties — teaching and learning has been transformed, and perhaps there’s no going back.
We are inviting you to share your COVID-19 professional experiences. What was learnt as a result of adapting to the pandemic restrictions and what might be implemented as permanent changes? Can the positives be leveraged to bring lasting transformation to schools? Were there unexpected outcomes?
We’d love to share your stories via our digital news hub or in our annual publication In Alliance.
Please read the guidelines below before submitting your article and photographs.
How to contribute
[IA]News — online news hub
[IA]News provides news and analysis on educational issues and trends. We curate articles from numerous sources including academics, researchers, journalists and educators. If you have an innovative program or story to tell that’s related to girls’ education we’d love to hear from you. We invite you to get involved and help shape the conversation. All articles published digitally on [IA]News will be considered for inclusion in our flagship print production, In Alliance, but the final choice will be at the sole discretion of the In Alliance Editor. Please include a web-quality image to accompany your article. Articles should be submitted to [email protected]
Deadline: Articles may be submitted at anytime.
In Alliance — The official magazine of the Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia
Submissions should be between 1,000 and 4,000 words and be accompanied by a high-resolution image. Articles should be well written, clear, succinct, and where appropriate include APA in-text referencing and a list of references. It is not expected that writers have previously been published in education/academic journals. We welcome articles from a wide range of sources including teachers, students, education leaders, researchers and academics. Please send 2-3 print-quality high resolution images to accompany your story.
Deadline: 31 July 2020.
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