Post-primary pedagogy in a pandemic: Second-level education during COVID-19 building closures
Ireland's Yearbook of Education 2019-2020, pp. 330-333
The school closures period from March to June 2020 was a unique experience in the history of Irish second-level education, forcing new, remote methods of pedagogical delivery. This article explores some key areas of impact – principally changes to teaching and learning approaches and decreases in student engagement and well-being. The continued circulation and virulence of Covid-19 means that disruptions to education remain a strong possibility, requiring robust contingency planning and flexibility.