Innovations in Remote Instruction:
Impact on Students’ Socioemotional and Cognitive Outcomes
A special issue call for papers
Among the pressing concerns raised to the forefront amid the COVID-19 pandemic are the best modes and practices of remote instruction. Technology, Mind, and Behavior is seeking empirical manuscripts for consideration in a special issue on the impact of technology used in the service of remote instruction and on the innovative teaching practices that use technology in new ways to meet student needs.
Some factors to consider include:
- the technology used for instructional delivery
- educators’ pedagogical practices
- educators’ proficiency using technology
- the accessibility of the technology to intended learners
- the cognitive and socioemotional outcomes of students’ increased exposure to remote instruction
The editorial team hopes that this issue will foster informed discussion and research concerning students’ current education and responses to that education, particularly at a time in which remote instruction is increasingly used.
Technology, Mind, and Behavior is an open access journal wherein articles are made open immediately upon publication, promoting broad access to the content.