This hilarious video shows what elementary-school teachers may be dealing with when schools reopen this Fall. Too funny.
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Thanks for sharing this funny video!
I teach middle school and I know keeping masks on kids is about par with giving a cat a bath. ?
So funny – guess the new school season will be a learning experience for everyone. As if teachers don’t have enough to cope with. I know a few. God be with them!!!
She’s good! I can’t imagine how teachers will handle all that goes with masks. As a former teacher myself, I know how many plates they have to keep spinning already. Teachers who weather the Covid storm deserve trophies!
Reality collides with policy! I imagine God chuckling, “Good luck with that.”
So funny!!! Thanks for sharing! I’m a middle school teacher prepping for August 4th start date. Should be interesting trying to social distance with 35+ students, seven classes daily, in a small classroom with no windows!
Funny. If it wasn’t so true.
Our teacher friends and family are going to love this. Thanks for digging this out for us.
It has humor and sadness. My sister-in-law teaches grade school in Phoenix and they will be teaching online – no classroom. She says that time taken for District requirements, DoE requirements, and State requirements diminishes the actual amount of time for teaching. If I were the parent of a K-12 child and knew that my child would be taught online by a public school teacher who had to meet all those other demands, I would enroll the child in one of the top private, online schools that teach in a similar fashion to Khan Academy. I have a grandson in exactly that type of online school and he is thriving and engaged in the learning. The U.S. is being damaged, as forseen in my novel, by bad policies (including fiscal and monetary), and a serious decline in morality. (My opinion)
Carol R Nicolet Loewen
Very cute video, Steve. I just hope children can and do actually return to school in the Fall. I think it’s so important to get them back in school rather than continue only online learning.
Sheri Dean Parmelee, Ph.D.
Too funny. Sad, as well.