When Dunham parent Chris Pontti decided to institute remote learning with his students (operators of a nuclear power plant), he had plenty of ideas about how to get started sharing files outside of the company’s internal network but no established process. Because Dunham was “already rolling with distance learning,” Pontti asked his 7th grade daughter Reynolds for some help.
“Within 15 minutes she had me set up in Google Classroom. Through the weekend, with Reynolds’ technical directing, I was able to launch remote learning for our site,” he said. “It is now a model in the industry and I am the go-to guy, helping plants in our company and beyond getting this rolled out, providing support and lessons learned.”
“These kids are prepared and making differences beyond the classroom.”