What we learned when the world caught a virus: Summary of research findings regarding learning in a pandemic
COVID-19 has changed many aspects of daily life around the world. In Australia, whilst we've been relatively lucky, we're not immune to impacts from the virus - especially in the ways we deliver and access education.
This half hour session gives a helicopter summary of some of the research already available into how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed education. It will look at how the 2020 world situation impacted students and educators and suggests points for consideration into how this might impact our own practices into the future.
Michelle Charlton is an experienced presenter and facilitator, a qualified trainer and assessor, and has industry qualifications and experience in project management, leadership and management, training and education, and business operations.
She combines her love of learning and problem-solving with her qualifications in Psychology, Adult and Vocational Education, and Training and Development.
Recorded - 25.2.21
Duration - Approx. 30 mins
Access - 14 days from date of purchase
Here's what others who watched this session had to say:
“The webinar as a whole was very informative, I did enjoy seeing the various statistics, and how different countries or states have implemented online learning and the challenges faced”
"Great research; great discussion"
"Overall expertise at delivering succinct research results of the effect of the pandemic"
“It was excellent ... an amazing job”
“Great hearing that the issues were industry wide and not just me or my workplace"