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  • Adapting to remote education — a teacher’s perspective

    Posted on September 6th, 2020 at 21:15 Tracey Capen Comment on the AskWoody Lounge
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    DISTANCE LEARNING

    By Kendra Capen

    Each year it starts with the same question: “You’re already back in school?” Followed by the same answer: “Yup, I work at a year-round school.”

    It’s a great schedule for teachers and students — we all get relatively short breaks from each other at regular intervals, and there’s less “relearning” when we’re all back at our desks. Parents and school districts, on the other hand, generally hate it.

    Because a year-round school is kind of a novelty, it often gets overlooked in the normal school-district endeavors.But not this year! We quickly became the teaching equivalent of crash-test dummies.

    Read the full story in AskWoody Plus Newsletter 17.35.0 (2020-09-07).