During the early days of the pandemic in 2020, schools went remote with no notice, giving teachers no time to prepare. Now Connecticut has a chance to make sure remote teaching and learning are done right.
“We don’t have to build the plane as we’re flying it any more,” says Connecticut 2020 Teacher of the Year Meghan Hatch-Geary. “It would be a terrible misstep to move forward too quickly, without having teachers’ insights and voices at the table.”
Hatch-Geary joined CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey for the latest episode of CEA’s Podcast, Two T’s in a Pod. The three discussed why a thoughtful, intentional, and practical approach to remote learning is so crucial.
Listen to the episode below or wherever you get your podcasts.