Winona State University-Rochester is here to help answer questions about online education, distance learning, and other alternative modes of delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Jeanine Gangeness, Associate Vice President of Rochester, recently held on online video chat with Ms. Taylor Monnet, a new second grade teacher and current student of the WSU-Rochester Graduate Induction Program. Ms. Monnet shares her perspective as a first-year teacher as she responds to the challenges of quickly preparing her elementary school classroom for distance learning.

We hope this conversation will help provide you with a better understanding of what online education is and how technology will help teachers continue to provide quality education in a time of necessary physical distancing and self-isolation. Please watch the full video above or the clips below. Check out our full series of videos on online education and COVID-19 to watch more discussions with local educators making a difference.



Online Education and COVID-19: The Transition to Distance Learning


Online Education and COVID-19: Support for Teachers


Online Education and COVID-19: Self Care for Teachers


Online Education and COVID-19: Tools for Teachers


Online Education and COVID-19: Full Series

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