With stay-at-home learning, teachers are facing the challenges of coming up for creative ways to make online learning enjoyable. How to make online math and science fun for kids? Michelle Pastor explores the many ways, and shares her insider knowledge.
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'The Story Behind the Switch' is an interactive classroom session on electricity and science led by Michelle Pastor, Senior Education Program Advisor at Tri-State. Michelle shares her personal story and experience and brings the classroom to the kids at home.