Teaching in quarantine
A new environment presents a new set of challenges.
Being a teacher has ruined my life. Everywhere I go people have printed signs about Corona: on their shops, businesses, train station etc— Francis Foster (@failinghuman) April 9, 2020
AND NONE OF THEM KNOW HOW TO USE APOSTROPHES!
2# Coach competence
You telling me you can figure out how to bypass the school WiFi restrictions so you can Snapchat, watch videos, and play games all day long. But you can’t figure out how to log into google classroom and do a 30 min assignment?— CoachComp (@CoachWCompton) April 18, 2020
3# In my experience
4# Insight into teacher's life
just had zoom office hours and a student asked if he could have a tour of my apartment— Amy Silverberg (@AmySilverberg) April 23, 2020
5# Teacher's life
I missed being a teacher yesterday so I let my coffee go cold, didn’t pee for 7 hours and stood in my living room repeating myself.— Maybe Krys (@Kryzazy) March 28, 2020
6# Kids humour
The best part of teaching online is you can’t hear the kids not laughing at your jokes.— Hambleton (@virtualham) March 30, 2020
I think middle school dances should be permanently banned...for social distancing reasons, you know?— The Modest Teacher (@ModestTeacher) April 26, 2020
...and because they’re a nightmare to supervise.
8# Mute the kids
Screensharing a presentation:— Miss What (@TeacherTalk2015) April 3, 2020
Me: Ope, too far.
17yo: We can officially say Miss does the same thing in real life as she does online, click change slide too many times.
Me: Yes, but unlike real life, I can mute you online. #onlinelearning #teacherlife
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