Today I chat to Lisa-Maria Müller about her recent report for The Chartered College of Teaching –
Education in times of crisis: The potential implications of school closures for teachers and students. A review of research evidence on school closures and international approaches to education during the COVID-19 pandemic by Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg
Full report is here.
Lisa-Maria is the Education Research Manager at the Chartered College of Teaching, where she works on linking research and practice. She works on various research projects, member consultations and evidence reviews on a range of topics such as teachers’ levels of research engagement, CPD and career progression or the potential implications of school closures on teachers and students, and regularly contributes content to the member platform MyCollege. Before joining the Chartered College of Teaching, Lisa-Maria worked as a postdoctoral research associate at the Universities of Cambridge and York on two projects relating to foreign language learning. She is a qualified teacher and has worked in secondary schools in Austria and England.