Distance Learning

Distance learning is hard enough, but for special ed teachers, educating from inside the home is nearly impossible. Their students often need extra support that’s hard to give over Zoom. “I feel like my hands are tied,” said Michelle Esposito, a resource specialist teacher in San Diego County. “Whereas before I would be teaching students in person, I could see their faces, I could see if they were paying attention to me, I could adjust my teaching to them, change things around, use visuals with them, awards, incentives. Now I can’t really reward them through a computer.” Watch the full video at Media Arts Center.

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