CROFTON, MD — A hug. A smile. A high five. These are just three of many things students learning from home really miss. Elizabeth Fine of Crofton, a former public school teacher who gives private music lessons out of her home, delved headfirst into virtual learning when Anne Arundel County Public Schools finished the spring semester and started off the fall semester with online learning.
Her sons had to adjust as has she, Fine told Patch.
Nicholas, 15, attends Crofton High School as a sophomore. Nate, 12, is in sixth grade at Crofton Middle School. In order to attempt to successfully adapt to learning from home, Fine set up desks in the boys’ bedrooms and bought them a chair for the fall semester in the hopes of avoiding the neck pain they experienced while learning from home in the spring.
“We also needed a new Chromebook to log on with.