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Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools Technical Assistance Center (REMS), 2021
In the context of school safety, family reunification means to reunite children with verified and authorized family members after a critical and often highly stressful incident (e.g., a fire, a natural disaster, a school bus accident, a situation involving weapons or violence at school, etc.) that disrupts the school day and prompts the need for a…
Descriptors: School Safety, Crisis Management, Emergency Programs, Strategic Planning
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Oplatka, Izhar; Crawford, Megan – International Journal of Leadership in Education, 2022
We argue here, that the reopening of schools and the return of school members and students to (real) educational settings should be accompanied by greater efforts to manage teachers and students' emotions effectively and profoundly. School leaders should support their staff in coping with a sense of loneliness and frustration many of them have…
Descriptors: Principals, Psychological Patterns, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Wlodarsky, Rachel L.; Hansman, Catherine A. – New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 2022
This article highlights the multiple crises experienced since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020 that have encouraged adult educators to rethink and revitalize their professional practices to respond to learners with understanding and care as they work through their own challenges. The reflections and perspectives shared inform our own…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Educational Innovation, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Viktorelius, Martin; Sellberg, Charlott – Vocations and Learning, 2022
This paper explores the role of the lived body in maritime professional training. By focusing on how instructors include students' subjective experiencing bodies as an educational resource and context for directives and demonstrations, the study aims at informing training of professionals for survival in emergency situations onboard ships. Drawing…
Descriptors: Marine Education, Professional Training, Safety, Emergency Programs
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Ince, Ebru Yilmaz; Sancak, Murat Emre – Journal of Learning and Teaching in Digital Age, 2022
Earthquakes are the movements of the earth's crust that originate in the ground, and they are one of the natural disasters that frighten people because they occur suddenly and often cause great loss of life and property. Earthquake natural disaster is the reality of Turkey and it is important to raise public awareness on this issue. Thanks to the…
Descriptors: Seismology, Foreign Countries, Educational Games, Computer Games
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Enriquez, Silvia Cecilia; Gargiulo, Sandra Beatriz – On the Horizon, 2022
Purpose: This study aims to reflect on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on education and draw some tentative assumptions from the information and experiences gathered from participants in this community about their possible impact on the future of education. Design/methodology/approach: This study uses a single-case descriptive case study that…
Descriptors: Emergency Programs, COVID-19, Pandemics, Distance Education
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Sparks, Jana' – Alabama Journal of Educational Leadership, 2021
In the past year, the coronavirus has been one of the most unpredictable global health crises that has impacted the United States. The decision to move in person learning to remote learning caused uncertainty and unpredictable challenges for the entire education system. This article will highlight transformational leadership best practices for…
Descriptors: Transformational Leadership, COVID-19, Pandemics, Distance Education
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Papastephanou, Marianna – Education Sciences, 2021
In much of the philosophy of education today, diagnoses of socio-political pathologies underpin visions of a more desirable, democratic future. However, the very philosophical act of making an educational vision responsive to (and dependent on) crises of the times is rarely, if ever, critiqued. On the contrary, a pattern of standardised research…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Emergency Programs, Pandemics, COVID-19
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Muehlberg, Jessica M.; Cho, Sarah; Harpaz, Shunit – College and University, 2021
In the fifteen years of working in higher education (with the vast majority of those years in the registrar's office), the authors have participated in all types of emergency planning--a registrar staple--including earthquakes, fires, severe weather, floods, bomb threats, and even H1N1 pandemics. But none of that planning truly prepared them for…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Schedules, Higher Education
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Buckner, Elizabeth; Shephard, Daniel; Smiley, Anne – Journal on Education in Emergencies, 2022
Recognizing the lack of knowledge about how to improve data systems for education in emergencies (EiE), we examine in this article how EiE professionals use data and what makes data "useful" to them. Drawing from 48 semistructured interviews from a purposive sample of professionals working in the EiE field across the humanitarian,…
Descriptors: Data Use, Emergency Programs, Professional Personnel, Attitudes
Office of Inspector General, US Department of Education, 2022
This flash report presents the finding concerning duplicate Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) grant awards to institutions of higher education. It includes a recommendation to enhance the U.S. Department of Education's (Department) ability to prevent, identify, and correct duplicate HEERF grant awards. While analyzing HEERF program…
Descriptors: Federal Aid, Emergency Programs, Grants, Higher Education
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Saverio, Bellizzi; McDougall, Lori; Manji, Sheila; Lincetto, Ornella – Journal on Education in Emergencies, 2021
Current estimates are that more than one-third of the annual neonatal deaths worldwide occur in humanitarian and fragile settings (United Nations Population Fund 2015). In this article, we focus on the recent multistakeholder effort to produce the "Roadmap to Accelerate Progress for Every Newborn in Fragile and Humanitarian Settings…
Descriptors: Neonates, Infant Mortality, International Programs, Health
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Covaciu, Andra Iustina; Abrahamsson, Marcus; Beck, Albrecht; Rai, Shivani; Sapkota, Niroj; Shapiro, Mark; Szarzynski, Joerg – Education Sciences, 2021
With Rasmussen's abstraction hierarchy as starting point, the present article focuses on understanding some of the aspects guiding the development of a simulation exercise (SimEx) from a multi-faceted perspective, based on interviews and post-exercise evaluations conducted with both exercise designers and participants. The results show that, in…
Descriptors: Risk Assessment, Emergency Programs, Simulation, Exercise
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Eddy, Pamela L.; Macdonald, R. Heather; Baer, Eric M. D. – New Directions for Community Colleges, 2021
This article reviews a virtual professional development program for STEM faculty conducted in 2020 in which, due to COVID, faculty participants had to adjust their teaching practices. The study found that the program's structure, focus, and ability to foster community helped sustain faculty members. Participants shared lessons learned through…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, COVID-19, Pandemics, Emergency Programs
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Aldhahi, Monira I.; Alqahtani, Abdulfattah S.; Baattaiah, Baian A.; Al-Mohammed, Huda I. – Education and Information Technologies, 2022
The overarching objective of this study was to assess learning satisfaction among students and to determine whether online-learning self-efficacy was associated with online learning satisfaction during the emergency transition to remote learning. This cross-sectional study involved a survey distributed to 22 Saudi Arabian universities. The survey…
Descriptors: Student Satisfaction, Self Efficacy, Emergency Programs, Distance Education
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