On a new episode of Teachers’ Lounge, we have Jason Cavanaugh. He’s a high school math teacher and baseball coach in Sycamore.
They’re learning remotely. So, Jason is going into his empty, retrofitted math class to teach kids who are at home. Obviously, he’s never done this before, the students haven’t either. And, as you can imagine, the technology is not always flawless.
Jason talked to host Peter Medlin about a day-in-the-life of what digital learning looks like now and how it will change the education landscape into the future. They also chatted about his first year without baseball in as long as he can remember and his players who missed their senior season.
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