LET’S face it – 2020 was no walk in the park. With Covid-19 lurking at our doors, international borders closed and a lockdown inflicting repercussions on the economy, many learning institutions and students had to adapt very quickly to find their footing.
Suddenly, everything went into hiatus and for many students, this meant an abrupt interruption to their studies. Coupled with uncertainty over when physical classes would resume, the unprecedented situation gave rise to much anxiety.
Thinking several steps ahead is key in situations such as these, and this was the principle that Taylor’s University applied when it pivoted its open days, teaching and learning to be entirely online even before the movement control order was announced.
Also, while Taylor’s had to put its forward thinking…