On a new Teachers’ Lounge, host Peter Medlin sat down digitally with Ayla Peczkowski. She taught English & Special Ed at the Roosevelt Community Education Center in Rockford. Now she’s going to be in an administrative role at East High School, also in Rockford.
They talked about Ayla’s mixed feelings about schools reopening, teaching her students about news literacy during the pandemic and much more.
This episode goes in depth on what goes into a reopening plan. And there’s a story highlighting the struggles international students have faced during COVID-19.
In the meantime, we want you to be a part of the show. We want to hear from you: Send us an email at email@example.com and tell us how you’re feeling about in-person school in the fall. And, if you want, record your thoughts & feelings into your phone with your voice memos app and then send the voice file to firstname.lastname@example.org and we could feature it on the show. You can also email us there to nominate teachers to be featured on the podcast!
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Our show's theme music is from the northern Illinois-based band "Kindoves" and their songs "Popn," "Origins" and "Quiche." You can find more of their music on their Soundcloud page. You can also listen to the episode of WNIJ's own Sessions from Studio A where they were featured.
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