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Distance Learning– What Does It Look Like?

April 1, 2020 | Chloe Ko

Week 1… Week 2… and now, Week 3! We are learning and growing. We are exploring and discovering new ways to connect. As we continue Distance Learning, I want to highlight some of the ways we have been doing so.

We have Morning Meetings to review announcements, ask questions, to say “Hello”, and to just catch up on life! We miss seeing each other’s faces. There’s so much that we want to say all at once, but we still know to take turns and listen to each other’s stories.

Live Chats with Senora Oro-Hahn! Getting to see Specialists was sooo refreshing and delightful.


And of course, we love to chat! I love how we say “Good Morning” to each other to start our day, send funny photos and communicate using emojis, and ask great questions about what we’re learning. We know how to show that we care for our community even when we are physically apart. This chat tool has been so helpful!


“Think Outside The Box” continues. Every Thursday, we share our creative drawings and inspire each other.


Students discussed character traits during this week’s Live Book Club chats. They came ready to share their ideas and were so engaged.


These are only a few examples of what Distance Learning looks like. And this wouldn’t be possible without families who care and are invested. I am thankful for technology and you!

Chloe Ko

Teacher, Grade 5

Chloe Jang first developed a passion for children in high school when volunteering at her church’s children’s ministry. She learned how teaching with love and patience can have an impact on both student and teacher. Since then, Ms. Jang has received a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and English Language Arts from Hunter College. In New York City, Ms. Jang experienced diverse classroom environments, especially teaching fourth grade in West Harlem. She’s very excited to be a part of the Mustard Seed team and serve the community!

In her free time, Ms. Jang loves to travel and learn about different cultures. She even lived in Japan for one year, serving students in a college ministry. She also loves to read fiction books, workout, and explore new restaurants.

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