Returning to Hope

Pre-service Teachers’ Stories of Resilience Through the Covid Pandemic

August 2022
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ABSTRACT

The Covid-19 pandemic means that teachers have faced significant stressors in relation to their work. They have been called upon to support students’ academic development and wellbeing throughout the transition to online teaching and learning, while navigating adversity and stress in their own lives. Using the AI Resilience framework, this study focuses on the stories of ten pre-service (future) teachers, navigating through Covid-19, and their resilience following the early waves of the pandemic as they work toward becoming fully licensed professionals.

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Author: Traci Bellas

Dr. Traci Bellas is an instructional coach and lecturer in the Watson College of Education at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. A 30-year veteran educator, her areas of research include culturally sustaining pedagogies, Community Cultural Wealth, elementary curriculum, and teacher preparation. 

Contact: bellast@uncw.edu

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Author: Denise Henning

Dr. Denise K. Henning’s career in higher education has spanned nearly 25 years in the United States and Canada. She is a proud member of the Cherokee & Mississippi Choctaw. Her research spans appreciative frameworks in higher education, Indigenous women and students, strengths-based leadership. She believes in asking the right questions and being part of the solution. 

Contact: henningd@uncw.edu

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