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What if We Understand Schools as Learning Ecosystems in Times of COVID-19 Pandemic


by Jordi Díaz-Gibson & Alan J. Daly - July 20, 2020

As we write this, many of us across the world are sheltered in place, not being able to safely leave our homes. This pandemic has its roots in how connected we are as a planet. Ironically, we only seem to attend to our human connectivity when it comes to historically negative events such as a pandemic. However, what if we really focused on the fact that these connections also hold the potential for equally positive impacts for our world? Sadly, it seems we rarely activate these systems for this purpose.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 20, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23374, Date Accessed: 1/18/2021 3:54:03 PM

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  • Jordi Díaz-Gibson
    Ramon Llull University
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    JORDI DÍAZ-GIBSON, Ph.D., is a professor and researcher at Ramon Llull University, Barcelona, Spain. He leads the www.neteduproject.org as an international research and practice partnership to support systemic change in Education. He is interested in the leadership of learning ecosystems and in the co-design and co-creation of solutions that support individual, social and planet wellbeing.
  • Alan Daly
    University of California San Diego
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    ALAN J. DALY, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Education Studies at the University of California, San Diego. He specializes in social network analysis and educational change processes. He has multiple publications and several books on the topic, including one published by Harvard Education Press entitled, Social Network Theory and Educational Change. Professor Daly is also a Fulbright Global Scholar, having spent time in New Zealand and South Africa.
 
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