The coronavirus forced an immediate transformation of our education system this spring.
We pivoted from classrooms to distance learning in a matter of days. How are educators educating?
In an effort to capture a snapshot of that transformation in this unprecedented time–through the voices of educators. I chose the McKenzie County Public School District in Watford City to help provide perspective.
In this episode, how do school counselors work with students during distance learning—and be effective?
High school counselor Rachael Meuchel with the McKenzie County Public School District in Watford City shares her experience working as a counselor during a pandemic.
She talks about maintaining connections with students through virtual means—and how she’s encouraging students to be more independent.
Next episode, we’ll hear from kindergarten teacher Delanie Hill. She talks about the biggest challenge of distance learning—and it isn’t teaching her students.