"I bet it's especially challenging since most of the kids coming in are going to have zero knowledge of the wizarding world, so you have to start from scratch with all of them." Sure, there had always been a few Muggleborns per year, but nothing like this had ever happened in the entire history of Hogwarts, except at the very beginning. "Oh! Are there any helpful hints in Hogwarts: A History? Or from the Founder's themselves? They must have built a curriculum from scratch too, even thought it was forever ago."
She nodded, and once out of the Great Hall waited for him to move beside her so they could have an easier conversation. "It's absolutely lovely underwater, just not so much on the surface," she said. "Oh, since I was a kid actually. My godmother's husband used to teach me a few things here and there, but it's only in the last year or so that I've really picked up the study while I was working with them on and off." She grinned, only a little bit wistful at the thought of Luna, Rolf, and the twins.
"I wrote about it for my blog, hoping to encourage more cooperation between wizards and other beings. There's too much divide, and that's not just in Britain either." She could go on at length about it, but perhaps that was for another time. "And actually, you came up during our lessons. You were friends with Rolf's grandfather Newt, though I'm not sure of the time-frame there so perhaps you're not friends yet in your time."