Forbes 16 Apr 2020

The Challenges Of Remote Learning During A Pandemic: One Teacher's Story


Nina Ciatto is a middle school teacher at the center of the pandemic in Manhattan. When the Coronavirus outbreak hit, she and her fellow faculty members had to shift to an online model of teaching quickly and with limited resources and tools. A mother herself, Ciatto also learned quickly how important it was to separate her teaching from her home life and where the boundaries needed to be drawn. Educators across the country are innovating to find new ways of reaching their students and Ciatto is no different. In this episode of Forbes Firsthand, she reflects on her role as a teacher in an uncertain America.

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