Remote Teaching 2020

The graphic shows Jennifer Cheung, a second-grade teacher, teaching virtual classes for the first time.
Virtual Classes Are New, but This Teacher Made Them Fun

When Jennifer Cheung’s second-grade class went virtual, she learned new tech, created new games, and taught her students during a crisis.

The graphic shows Kristin Filling, a learning specialist in NYC who is adapting to remote learning.
This Teacher Sees a Future with Remote Learning

Kristin Filling is a learning specialist and administrator at a boys’ school in NYC. She and her students are adapting to remote learning together.

The graphic shows Dave Galajda, a dedicated teacher making the changes necessary to teach remotely.
COVID changes don’t change his dedication

This boarding school AP biology teacher made changes to his teaching methods when COVID hit. He didn’t change how much he cared for his charges.

The graphic shows two teachers who discuss teaching remotely.
Remote High School? Teachers Make it Work

Kimberly and Tori, two New York high school teachers spoke to us about adapting to remote teaching and taking care of their students and themselves.

Joretta Crabbe stretched her teaching muscles this year when she taught a virtual preschool.
Virtual Preschool? This Teacher Makes it Fun.

Joretta Crabbe stretched her teaching muscles this year when she taught virtual preschool. Remote teaching was tough, but rewarding.

Suzanne Bell, a science tutor and expert in remote teaching shares her experiences during the pandemic.
This Science Teacher Gets Remote Teaching

Remote teaching is not new to Suzanne Bell. The pandemic has changed her science tutoring business and her family dynamic, but she’s adapting.