On March 13, 2020, we got the word that all schools in Ohio were going to close for the Coronavirus pandemic. In a matter of days, we had to switch from face-to-face teaching to online learning with little guidance. It was uncharted territory. When we came back in August, it was decided we needed to stay remote learning. We were given guidance this time on how to proceed. It’s been a rocky road these first 6 weeks of teaching to be honest. I’m still learning on the job.
Yesterday, I learned we were going to switch back to face-to-face teaching in a hybrid model. Students are going to come to school 2 days a week and 3 days online. I don’t know how that is going to work which is scary. I’m a special education teacher that typically sees a lot of students who come in and out of my resource room. Prior to the shutdown, I was seeing 40 plus students during a typical week. They were constantly switching from their classroom to my room, & vice-versa.
Obviously, I am nervous about the switch back to face-to-face teaching.
Have a magical day,
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