Being a teacher in England during COVID-19: Output

Public Features

  1. Kim and Oxley presented their findings in a webinar (2021) Teachers reflect: What has it been like being a teacher during COVID-19? as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences
  2. Kim and Oxley gave an invited presentation (2021) Teacher wellbeing: Experiences of teachers in England during the COVID-19 pandemic as part of the Universidad del Desarrollo’s International Seminar: Teaching well-being in pandemic: Experiences around the world
  3. Jessica Powell, a TES correspondent (2021), wrote two articles called "Are schools on the brink of a burnout crisis?", and "Are we being engulfed by burnout?" which featured Kim and the project
  4. National Institute of Economic and Social Research's (2021) blog featured the project
  5. Written evidence (2021) on Teachers’ Experiences during the First COVID-19 Lockdown submitted to the UK Parliament’s Public Account's Committee.
  6. A featured article in Tes Magazine (March, 2021) on What toll has Covid taken on teachers' mental health?
  7. An invited expert interview for a KCL's Our Sick Society podcast (2021) Episode 6: Covid-19 and Mental Health - What about the teachers?
  8. An invited blog post for the International Teacher Task Force (2021) on A reflection on teachers’ experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic: Where do we go from here?
  9. An invited presentation at the Open Innovation Team’s seminar series, organised by the Cabinet Office, with participation from Department for Education officials and civil servants from across Whitehall, on 30 September 2020.
  10. Written evidence (2020) on The Impact of COVID-19 on Education submitted to the UK Parliament’s Education Committee.
  11. Claudia Civinini, a TES correspondent, (2020) wrote an article called “Teachers 'misunderstood and vilified' during Covid-19” based on our Time 1 (baseline) findings

Academic Contributions

  1. Kim, L. E., Oxley, L., & Asbury, K. (2021). “My brain feels like a browser with 100 tabs open”: A longitudinal study of teachers’ mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. British Journal of Educational Psychology. 92(1), 299-318.
  2. Kim, L. E., Leary, R., & Asbury, K. (2021). Teachers’ narratives during COVID-19 partial school reopenings: an exploratory study. Educational Research, 63(2), 244-260.
  3. Kim, L. E., Oxley, L. & Asbury, K. (2021) What makes a great teacher during a pandemic? Journal of Education for Teaching. 48(1), 129-131.
  4. Kim, L. E., Dundas, S., & Asbury, K. (2021). “I think it's been difficult for the ones that haven't got as many resources in their homes”: Teacher concerns about the impact of COVID-19 on pupil learning and wellbeing. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice Advance online publication.
  5. Kim, L. E. & Asbury, K. (2020) “Like a rug had been pulled from under you”: The impact of COVID-19 on teachers in England during the first six weeks of the UK lockdown. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 90, 1062-1083.
  6. Asbury, K., & Kim, L. E. (2020). “Lazy, lazy teachers”: Teachers’ perceptions of how their profession is valued by society, policymakers, and the media during COVID-19. PsyArXiv.
  7. Asbury, K., Fields, D., & Kim, L. E. (2021) ‘It feels like I’m back to being a teacher’: A longitudinal study of teachers’ high, low and turning points during the first eight months of COVID-19 in England. PsyArXiv.