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I Worked from Home for 1 Day-Here’s What I Noticed

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As a teacher, I have been in person at work again for an entire year. When I was teaching virtually, the world was a heavy place. I was working to integrate new technologies into my work as well as maintain a semblance of normalcy for the students. By the time we moved back to in-person learning, I was thrilled. I missed people. I wanted to be with my colleagues and students again. I wanted to laugh…

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Jennifer Smith

Jennifer Smith

Dreamer, thinker, and writer. Author of Substack’s Voice and on Twitter: @Jennifer_Smith5

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