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My Day: Virtual School Teacher Amy Rosno
posted by: Alana | October 07, 2016, 04:06 PM   

After teaching in a traditional brick and mortar 6:00 a.m. The commute school for ten years, I was offered the opportunity to teach for a virtual high school my school district was starting. I was thrilled at the opportunity as I always had a love for technology. Twelve years after accepting the position, I am still a virtual teacher and would struggle to go back to a traditional classroom.


For twelve years, my day has not been determined by the ringing of a bell. I am not limited to a 45-minute class period, and I can work one-on-one with a student for as long as needed. Because I work from home, my face-to-face colleagues think I lounge in my pajamas all day. To be honest, some days I do. However, that’s only because the minute I fired up my computer in the morning, I didn’t have a moment’s free time. To describe a typical day is difficult because every day is different. However, if did have a typical day, here’s what one might look like.


Find out more about what a typical day in the life of virtual school teacher Amy Rosno looks like in the latest edition of our flagship newsletter, Education Matters.

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