COVID-19 Educational Research: Crisis in Society and Impact on Education around the World

Research-oriented Roundtable 


Wednesday, September 29, 2021 

Second Timeslot 16.45-17.45 CEST 

Chair: Prof. Dr. Christoph Helm, University of Linz, Austria 

  • Prof. Dr. Britta Klopsch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany and Prof. Dr. Jo Fletcher, University of Canterbury, New Zealand: Making schools post-pandemic – what we can learn from the challenges in Germany and New Zealand 
  • Norma Pesqueira, Carmen Celina Torres Arcadia and Gabriela Mora, Comisión Nacional para la Mejora Continua de la Educación en México Hermosillo, México: Teacher leadership in times of crisis 
  • Alexandra Postlbauer and Prof. Dr. Christoph Helm, University of Linz, Austria: The Impact of the Corona Pandemic on Students’ Extracurricular Activities. Latent Change Score Covariate Models on the Effect  
  • Prof. Dr. Christoph Helm, University of Linz, Austria, and Prof. Dr. Stephan Huber, University of Teacher Education Zug, Switzerland: Predictors of Central Student Learning Outcomes in Times of COVID-19: Students’, Parents’, and Teachers’ Perspectives During School Closure in 2020. A Multiple Informant Relative Weight Analysis 
  • Khuloud Al Hammadi, United Arab Emirates University: Influence of Coping with the Organizational Change on Work-related Uncertainty and Work Engagement: Role of organizational Support (PhD) 
  • Phoebe Gohs, Michigan State University East Lansing, USA: An Analysis of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on K-12 School Enrollment in the United States: How did differences in educational programming impact access to education in the 2020-2021 school year? (PhD) 

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