North Carolina Virtual Public School

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4:40 am
Mon March 3, 2014

No Apples, But Plenty Of Benefits To Being A Virtual Teacher

Julie Reeves, her daughter Abby, and her laptop.
Credit Dave DeWitt

The reason Julie Reeves left the classroom is sitting in her lap. And she has a bit of cold.

Abby is 6-months old, and she’s being held strategically by her mom, just out of arm’s reach of a laptop and her daily to-do list. The neatly-typed piece of paper shows when Reeves will need to check in on her students in Wilmington, Alamance County, and western North Carolina. She’s in Knightdale, and will use a variety of ways to make that connection, including using phone conversations, multimedia presentations, written assignments, and texting. 

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