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S3 E22: Adjusting Teaching Styles

In the Company of Sister Margaret Ann Wooden, DC

July 13, 2021

COVID has forced all of us to make adjustments, especially in the school system. Sister Margaret Ann Wooden, D.C., a first grade teacher at Mother Seton School in Emmitsburg, Maryland, shares what procedures her school put into place and how she adjusted to their new normal.

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