This past spring, when Maryland switched to virtual learning, I watched and listened as my mom adjusted to the new mode of teaching. She often called me after her school day to ask for help testing out how to work Google Meets, Google surveys, Jamboards and different math platforms. She received some training through her school and the county, but she still needed to practice. So, she took time outside of her workday to practice on her willing guinea pigs (i.e., us, her children). Over time, I could hear her improve. Within eight months, my mom had acclimated to a new style of teaching after 30 years of in-person instruction.