Teachers try to make home classrooms work, welcome the odd ‘interruption’

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Stacy Anderson (Provided to WINK News)

Class may be in session, but kids aren’t in school; they’re e-learning live online or watching recorded lessons.

Either way, things are different for kids.

“This distance learning has really caused an adjustment, not only in the way that I teach, but in the way that my students are used to learning,” said teacher Stacey Anderson.

She’s trying to make it work from her home classroom.

“We’re not going to do everything perfectly, but we’re going to make due and we’re going to make the best of it,” she said.

And speaking of not perfectly, a funny moment caught on camera during one of her lessons.

I was like, alright, we’re going to teach for real and I go into this and a few minutes in, I just get this mechanical hand shoved in my face and he goes, ‘Got your nose’ and he just runs away,” Andreson said.

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