John Henning, Ph.D., dean of the School of Education, recently published an article, “Virtually connected: Utilizing case studies to support mentor teachers in times of uncertainty” (Vol. 15, Number 1, 2022) in the Journal of the National Association for Professional Development Schools.
The article was co-written by Christine Grabowski, adjunct professor, and James Falco, Ed.D., provisional teacher program instructor, both in the School of Education. The theme of this year’s journal was “Teaching in Times of Uncertainty.”
In their article, Henning, Grabowski, and Falco discuss the recent shift to virtual learning and explore new methodologies for mentoring teacher candidates in this remote environment. The group ultimately advocates for analyzing case studies to help educators learn from one another and discover new solutions and techniques for mentoring virtually as we continue to navigate the pandemic.