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The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the reality of life in all aspects of human endeavors. The education sector was not spared-the school system was uprooted and procedures had to be made quickly for the safety of students and faculty. As a result, educators struggled with keeping students engaged academically during online learning and the stress of a health crisis on society. Preparing Early Childhood Teachers for Managing Emergencies explores international and cross-cultural perspectives on teacher effectiveness in handling education and learning in emergency periods as well as preparedness…mehr

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The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the reality of life in all aspects of human endeavors. The education sector was not spared-the school system was uprooted and procedures had to be made quickly for the safety of students and faculty. As a result, educators struggled with keeping students engaged academically during online learning and the stress of a health crisis on society. Preparing Early Childhood Teachers for Managing Emergencies explores international and cross-cultural perspectives on teacher effectiveness in handling education and learning in emergency periods as well as preparedness for post-COVID-19 experiences. This book identifies, shares, and explores the predominant theoretical and conceptual understandings of teacher preparedness toward emergencies and the aftermath. Covering topics such as first aid measures, teacher effectiveness, and technology usage, this book is an essential resource for global K-12 educators, pre-service teachers, K-12 administrators, policymakers, researchers, and academicians.