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The consequences of the management of the COVID-19 pandemic on the cohesion of schools as intercultural communities of learning impacted on teachers, children and families. Public health measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic affect the quality of children’s learning experience and deny access to the classroom as a space of socialisation and intercultural dialogue.
Developing from the analysis of 50 focus groups with children in Italian and English primary and secondary schools, this contribution discusses the perspective of children on how the management of the pandemic: 1) impacted on the learning experience, in particular the progression of children with limited access to suitable spaces and resources for home learning; 2) affected the networks of social relationships and intercultural dialogue that have the classroom as their substratum.
|Number of pages||29|
|Journal||Journal of Dialogue Studies|
|Early online date||1 Jan 2022|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2022|
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The cohesion of schools as intercultural communities in the management of COVID-19 pandemic. Reflections, narratives, fears and hopes from the voices of teachers and children in England and Italy.
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