KILLEEN, TX — Killeen ISD teachers started communicating with and teaching their students virtually Wednesday.
Teachers are connecting with their students through online programs like YouTube, Zoom, and Imagine learning.
The use of technology is allowing learning to take place while keeping social distancing practices in use. Work is sent to students through these applications and the teachers are able to follow their progress.
"So while they're working on content that is tailored to them, which is pretty fabulous considering we are doing all of this virtually, I'm at home on my computer watching their progress. I'm seeing who's logged on and how they are doing," said Lisa Stewart, a KISD teacher.
The three days of instruction this week will be used to review what was being taught before spring break originally started. Instruction of new material will begin next week.