September 25, 2020
School is back in session, but the pandemic continues. As a result, teachers across the country — at all levels — are conducting their classrooms online.
For those who work in special education, it’s been particularly challenging. Their students have various learning differences that make teaching a challenge even in the best of circumstances. Now, that in-person connection, which is so vital to teaching and learning, comes through a laptop camera lens.
Zack Fetters ’16, M.Ed. ’18 and Josh Dulaney ’18, M.Ed. ’20, both graduates of the William & Mary School of Education and former linebackers on the Tribe’s football team, are relative newcomers