Editor: Marko Lüftenegger, Martin Daumiller, Ingrid Schoon
Series: Zeitschrift für Psychologie - Volume 57
Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic for educational practice and policy in different contexts
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged educational systems with dramatic changes to established practices. This is now a good time to focus on what we can learn from this global pandemic and ensuing economic crisis and how to support educational policies in steering and mitigating such crises in the future. Accordingly, the contributors explore a range of perspectives and different phases of the educational career and discuss the consequences for individuals, educational systems, and educational policy.
This volume brings together current research on the effects of the pandemic and possible coping mechanisms from both developmental and educational psychology perspectives. Following a systematic meta-review on the existing state of research and research deficits, four empirical contributions with longitudinal designs investigate the experiences of parents, teachers, adolescents, and university students from Austria, Germany, and the United Kingdom.