With the pandemic closing schools around the county and forcing teachers to adapt to new methods of teaching, at least some are finding the challenges can have some positive outcomes.
In this episode we talk with veteran 5th grade teacher Nicole King from the Upper Adams School District.
King talks about how she refined her teaching style to cope with the constraints of the pandemic, becoming more focused on individual students and more aware of her own approaches.
I think you’ll find the podcast a refreshing and rewarding take from a front line worker.
The interview is conducted by our media editor Peter Byhouwer.
If you enjoy the podcast, please take a few seconds to support us by signing up for our weekly mailing list.
The site is completely free of charge, but we do ask your help in sharing our content with other people in the community.
And please, please like us on Facebook!
Musical Introduction by Thane Pittman.