The One Where the 7-Layer Cake Turned Into a Messy Trifle

A reflection of classroom versus distance learning instruction.

Photo by Yogi Kurniawan on Unsplash

When I went back to the classroom at the end of January my plan was to write an educational article every week. I wasn’t sure exactly what it would be as an end product in these beginning stages. I find with some writing projects they morph into what they truly are as I move along.

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