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See what AZ teachers say about transitioning from online to in-person learning during COVID-19


AZEdNews Teacher Conversations #1 Teaching Online And In-person During COVID-19 With Arizona Educational Foundation's Ambassadors For Excellence Nate Rios/ Flowing Wells High School And Allison Davis/ Knox Gifted Academy

See what teachers say they’ve done as they transition from teaching online to teaching in-person during COVID-19.

Arizona Educational Foundation Ambassadors for Excellence Allison Davis with Knox Gifted Academy shares her perspective as a kindergarten teacher and Nate Rios with Flowing Wells High School shares his take as a high school teacher.

Video edited by Muska Olumi/AZEdNews: AZEdNews Teacher Conversations – #1 Teaching online & in-person

This is the first in an ongoing AZEdNews video series featuring Arizona Educational Foundation’s Teachers of the Year and Ambassadors for Excellence discussing current education issues and topics.

More in the AZEdNews Teacher Conversations series:
#1 Teaching online and in-person
#2 School bonds and overrides

#3 Why civics education is important

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AZEdNews Teacher Conversations #1 Teaching online and in-person during COVID-19 with Arizona Educational Foundation’s Ambassadors for Excellence Nate Rios/ Flowing Wells High School and Allison Davis/ Knox Gifted Academy