This article is part three of a three-part series sharing OUSD administrator and teacher perspectives to the start of in-person learning, including many lessons learned during 18 months of distance learning during COVID. (Read parts[Read more]
from kindergarten through high school, share their experiences and perceptions, from classroom to Zoom and back again.
What back-to-school has been like so far this semester
Oakland School for the Arts Digital Media student William Truong shares photo essay on Melrose Branch of Oakland Public Libraries.
One Oakland mom says lack of peer interaction and sports one of the biggest gaps during distance learning.
OUSD teachers share the challenges of distance learning, and what it would take to go back to the classroom.
Oakland Voices spoke with some teachers about the challenges and surprises of distance learning.
Managing distance learning with five children.
"It shouldn’t be a struggle. I shouldn’t have to go through no sleep and a migraine because I have a child with autism." - Dina Kenna, parents of two elementary-school children.
While we move to the red tier, for now, OUSD schools will continue distance learning through the end of 2020.