Talk Story: The Experiences of Teaching Special Education During The Pandemic

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Conrad Oh-Young
Joselyn Castaneda
Julie León
Ina Mae Manua
Leslie Nelson


The pandemic was a challenging time for everyone. In order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, many schools around the world were forced to close. To continue to meet the educational needs of students, educators transitioned instruction to distance learning. This abrupt shift may have had adverse effects on students with disabilities and the teachers who work with them. Thus, the purpose of this manuscript is to provide special education teachers an opportunity to share their pandemic related teaching experiences.

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Perspective 1: Undergraduate and Graduate Student Voices