A New York City teacher’s ‘unfinished business’ with online education
Teachers are turning to technology to help their students improve their grades and keep up with classes.
But online learning has become a fraught process for teachers and administrators, and some are taking matters into their own hands.
One educator in New York says she’s taking matters in her own hands to improve her students’ grades.
Katie Barger is a former high school English teacher and adjunct teacher at Brooklyn Public Schools in the Bronx.
Barger says she recently found a free online education service called EdUp, which lets her use online tutoring and online homework to help students improve.
Bager is the author of the new book, “Unfinished Business: A New Teacher’s Journey Through Online Education.”
The book has been available for free since August and she says her goal is to provide more online courses to educators and to raise awareness about online education.
Baggs first tried online education in the late 1990s when she was a high school senior.
She says her online classes helped her with her high school and college math and English courses, but she says she couldn’t really keep up.
Now she’s focused on online education to help her students improve academically.
She wants to help teachers improve their online learning as well as teach them how to improve their classroom teaching.
Bags Barger spoke with TODAY about what she’s learned from her experience in online education and how she plans to use the experience to help others.
Learn more: Barger: My students were struggling with a problem that I had no idea how to solve.
It was a learning and research problem.
I didn’t know what was wrong.
My classroom was the problem, and I didn.
It wasn’t the teacher.
So, I started reading about online tutors.
There were online learning services that were free.
There was an online college and then there was EdUp.
EdUp gave me the tools I needed to solve the problem.
Bummer: When I started learning about online learning, I knew the problem was that my students were using a combination of computers, tablets and mobile devices to learn.
They were not using a classroom.
And I had absolutely no idea where to begin.
I had never heard of EdUp or any other online learning service.
But after I read about it, I was so impressed with the tools that EdUp offered, and it was all online.
It just seemed like a really good idea.
And when I saw the free online ed course that Edup offered, I said, I’ll try that.
Bogle: I had a friend who was a former teacher who had a great online learning program that was free.
And then I had my own online tutor.
I actually found the best teacher online who could teach me how to use EdUp and teach me what was going on in the classroom.
Burch: I found out EdUp was actually a really great resource, and they were really open about what was available.
They offered me a few courses for free, and there was a free course where they had me do research.
I was like, okay, I’m not going to do this.
Baggers new online education class.
Bicker: EdUp taught me that it was a little more difficult to teach an online course than I thought.
And they were very clear about what they were offering.
They had a lot of resources, but I didn, like, know what the resources were.
They told me, the content is not all online, it’s not all mobile.
It’s all offline.
I mean, they have an app on your smartphone where you can look at the content and the materials, but there’s no way to actually see the content.
They don’t have a website for it.
Boggs experience with EdUp: I would say I had three classes and I was in two of them.
The first one I had was on a tablet and I had to spend about half an hour and then I would go online.
And that was pretty easy for me.
The second one was on my iPad, I spent about 10 minutes on that, and then my first lesson was really hard because I had so much to learn in terms of grammar and vocabulary.
But the last one was, I had homework.
And it was very hard.
It took me about two hours to finish.
Bower: There was no question that it wasn’t going to be the easiest thing to learn, but that’s why EdUp has so much of it.
It taught me so much about learning and teaching.
But I’m definitely not a student who’s going to spend a lot time on a single topic.
It doesn’t take a lot to learn something.
Bagger: I think it’s just the amount of information that’s available.
You can take a course on anything.
You don’t need to be a math teacher or a history teacher.
You know, you can learn any subject, period. Brough: