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One Lakota teacher’s experience in virtual learning during coronavirus

Journal-News |

More than 3,500 students are enrolled in the learn-from-home program and Katie Bauer is considered one of the best at the all-digital instruction that sees her working online from a classroom in her school.

The five-year Lakota veteran instructor, who graduated from the district, teaches two classes of students, 83 total each school day. She also splits her work day with traditional, in-person classroom instruction for another 70 students.

It’s a dual, balancing act of teaching never tried before but is now a necessity brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.