Tuesday morning on FOX and Friends, Ainsley Earhardt interviewed Paul Hodgson, an international teacher who is using remote learning to teach Ukrainian students. Hodgson shared that teaching students not only allows them to continue learning, but it also provides a form of psychological support as they deal with the aftermath of Russia’s invasion.
Hodgson explained that teachers have not stopped working, having engaged in a virtual learning system once schools shut down. He shared that a lot of students are in different parts of the world, and remote learning allows them to be reached no matter where they are located. Hodgson added that providing consistency to students is important as they face so much uncertainty in their lives due to the war and evacuations, and giving them this support helps them be able to cope a little more with the events.