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Kindergarten Teacher Sees the Silver Linings of Going Online

A teacher at Centennial is interviewed for the evening news.
Kindergarten Teacher Sees the Silver Linings of Going Online

"For Brittany Anderson, a kindergarten teacher at Sheridan Hills Elementary School in Richfield, the challenges of teaching online have been immense, but she has found ways to make it work.

One silver lining to come out of online learning, especially for younger students, she said, is the chance to establish a relationship with the child’s mother, father or even grandparents who may be watching over the process." 

Read more: https://www.hometownsource.com/sun_current/community/richfield/kindergarten-teacher-sees-the-silver-linings-of-going-online/article_fa619944-4ad4-11eb-9ac3-3ff02de0fa40.html

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