Teachers everywhere are facing the new school term with one big problem: how to teach students safely in the middle of a worldwide pandemic.Hamisu Hamisu Haruna teaches English at Al-Qalam University in Katsina, Nigeria.He says that when the pandemic came, he did not hesitate, or slow down, to make changes to the way he was teaching."I believe one thing - that everything imaginable is attainable, and there's no word, 'impossible.' What matters is trying.You try and try until you get the right thing. So, although progress is coming steadily, but surely nothing is impossible for me.And that's why when this issue of coronavirus came and all lives are shifted to online, I didn't hesitate starting it."Haruna added that he told other educators about online programs, occupational training, and conferences to help them move their teaching online.He himself learned new skills from the U.S. State Department's E-Teacher program.It offers free online classes for teachers outside the United States in cooperation with U.S. colleges and universities.One of the biggest problems with going online in Nigeria is the cost of data for cellular phone users.