First week of distance learning is in the books

Skyy Vollan finishes up her classwork on her computer during the first week of distance learning. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
Anza’s first week of state-mandated distance learning is officially in the books. Krystle Hamlett said, “Last week was the first week of virtual learning for the kids. We all survived. One of the things we learned was that the Chromebooks provided by the school have a hard time keeping up with online video chat and opening multiple pages for school work. So, my daughter Alyssa is now using her Chromebook just for video and a MacBook to do school work at the same time. She looks like she has her own work office in her room.” From Monday, Aug. 17, through Friday, Aug. 21, all classes were held via direct online learning with teachers. The synchronous/asynchronous schedule began Monday, Aug. 24. The distance learning model involves interaction, instruction and check-ins by comp
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