Everything, everywhere, all at once: How students' pandemic experiences can change education

November 16, 2023

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Thank you to everyone who joined us for this webinar. A recording of the webinar is available for viewing and sharing on our YouTube channel.

Please enjoy this recording of our webinar:

On Nov. 16, audiences were treated to our webinar, “Everything everywhere all at once: How students' pandemic experiences can change education.” This webinar explored questions like what did the COVID-19 pandemic teach us about education and how can we use that knowledge to shape the future of learning? 

Dr. Melody Viczko as addressed these questions and more by sharing profiles of students, accompanied by their concerns for their post-pandemic futures. Viczko also shared stories of parents and children “learning to learn,” as well as conflicting messages about re-opening education institutions in the “return to normal.”

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Viczko is an Associate Professor in the Field of Critical, Policy, Equity, and Leadership Studies at the Faculty of Education. An experienced and respected researcher, Viczko’s current work relates to the governance of higher education by looking at the ways in which different state and non-state entities interact with other through policy.

A father guides his child with virtual learning.