A Washington kindergarten teacher went viral the other day when his video of him taking his students on a 'virtual field trip' blew up online. People are praising him for going above and beyond, and that it really is a heartwarming thing to see.
A dude on TikTok went on a rant about all the things we learned in school that feel pretty irrelevant right now, and he's honestly kinda right.
Some of the things they say are hilarious, and some seem like they probably stung at the time.
He accused her of not paying attention and another student came to her defense, but he still went off on her for a couple minutes.
They didn't realize their virtual board meeting was open to the public, and they were caught making fun of parents for complaining about the pandemic.
A professor in Singapore didn't realize he was muted for his 2-hour lecture, and didn't even notice his students trying to tell him that he was.
And it's all because of cell phones! He had to actually explain to his students what passing notes in class was, because they didn't get it.
Sixth grade science teacher John King is teaching his students from a mobile classroom, which just happens to be an actual bus he purchased so he can do more with his students.
She played a farting sound effect in the middle of her class, and it definitely worked to get her students to laugh.
During her online class a burglar broke into this teacher's house, but she was able to corner him with her two dogs and then chase him out with a pair of scissors.