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Northcentral Insights and Stories

May 12 2020
Dr. Marsha A. Tongel
Vera Dolan photo
Apr 6 2020
When I was a little girl in Brazil, I used to arrange a class of doll-pupils in front of me so they could give their undivided attention to whatever I wrote on a blackboard. Then, at 16, I finally had the chance to do some "real" teaching. Our school had posted an ad looking for peer tutors. I immediately volunteered to teach English but was sad to learn that another student already had that role.
Apr 2 2020
Over the last few weeks, folks around the country have felt the disorienting effects of having their routine disrupted. Suddenly people are working from home, going to school online, juggling childcare and household management with Zoom meetings and due dates. Instead of a morning commute, they are figuring out how to troubleshoot conference calls. Instead of dropping kids at school, they are scanning Khan Academy to help with 4th grade math.  

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