WTSP by Jenna Bourne
August 26, 2020
“This is my new at-home classroom,” Strawberry Crest High School senior Delaney Mobley says with a smile.
She’s showing off her desk at home. Her shelves are piled high with books and binders, decorated with photos of friends from a time when social distancing wasn’t necessary.
It’s been about five months since COVID-19 forced students out of classrooms.
“All of the sudden, everything is gone. It’s out the window. We have no idea what to do. And the teachers have no idea,” said Mobley.
Mobley says she can sum up the transition to e-learning in one word: “Messy.”
She says technology was one of the biggest issues, specifically, access to digital learning platforms like Edsby.