Kate Meyer ’07G, ’13G, English and design thinking teacher at Mount Desert High School, recently spoke with Maine Public as part of its Deep Dive: Coronavirus project. She shared her insight on how the school year will be different for students and teachers.
The school, which started the year remotely as it tries to assess the potential fallout from the tourist season, will transition to a hybrid model September 28.
“My whole style of teaching and everything that I know from my 20 years in this career to be good education — it’s not what is going to be happening in the classroom,” she reflects. “I have a big concern that parents don’t understand that, and that students don’t understand that.”
Read more on her interview here.