COVID-19 and its Impact on Learning

There isn’t any way of saying this, the Pandemic will impact all of us, no matter where we are located in the world.  No one can say when it will pass or when we can get back to some level of normalcy. 

This post isn’t about the virus and what you should not do, or where you can’t go, etc., rather it is about the virus and its impact on learning, at the corporate level and education too.


It’s impact is already being felt at schools around the world.  Most are closed or will be in the near future.  This means that a lot of students will be taking online classes and content.

And this means that teachers will have to create content that is meaningful and relevant to whatever topic or topics that are to be covered during this time.  At the university level, at least in the U.S., many are closed, with again, others soon to follow suit.  Each of them, will have students go online to take classes, content and so forth.  And just as in the K-12 sector, professors, instructors, lecturers at the university level will need to create effective and meaningful content.

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