Remote Learning During COVID-19: Educators Share Advice in This Virtual Roundtable

In the first in a series of virtual roundtables from NJ Spotlight and NJTV News, three educators discussed the new normal in New Jersey education

The COVID-19 outbreak has altered daily life with breathtaking speed. And educational institutions of all stripes have been faced with the enormous challenge of quickly designing, implementing, and executing remote learning practices for their students.

On March 26, NJ Spotlight and NJTV News hosted the first in a series of virtual roundtables for educators and others on the front lines to find out how they’re faring, what they’re learning, and to hear their best-practice suggestions. (The second virtual roundtable in the series will take place on Tuesday, April 7, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet and two members of his top staff will discuss the expanding array of challenges facing the state’s schools and the department.)



Dr. Denise King, Principal, B. Bernice Young Elementary School, Burlington Township School District

Dr. Danielle M. KovachSpecial Education Teacher, 2nd/3rd Grade, Hopatcong School District; New Jersey State Teacher of the Year, 2011

Dr. Scott RoccoSuperintendent of Schools for Hamilton Township School District; President, New Jersey Association of School Administrators



John Mooney, NJ Spotlight Founding Editor and Education Reporter


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