It’s an understatement to say things have been rough lately, and with the school year more than a month in, students, parents and teachers are feeling the school-day strife.
I don’t think most people have any idea what teachers are going through right now.
— Jenny Dixon (@Ms_TeachAlot) October 9, 2020
That’s why it’s always nice to see instances of teachers and students having fun with each other. Since COVID-19 has forced us all to adapt to new technologies, students navigating these waters with their teachers has been one of the most wholesome things to witness.
Recently, a teacher tweeted a screenshot of a message a student sent to her and said her students ask her if she’s OK almost every day.
The tweet — which has since been deleted — prompted dozens of responses with people showing off their own student-written notes.
The child in my class is 15, she is on the autism spectrum and has severe special needs but she “borrows” her mom’s phone and I get no less than 2 texts a day 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/mAIC7esahN
— Sandz (@SandiBootz) October 8, 2020
my 8th grade student asking me this lol pic.twitter.com/TEuAoDA8DP
— liza (@_lizapizza) October 8, 2020
It’s like the sole benefit of online teaching–all these cats are finally getting an education!
— 🎃 Sarah Williams 🎃 (@misanthropologa) September 23, 2020
In fact, “Teacher TikTok” has gained popularity on the app. Teachers are sharing their experiences with remote learning on TikTok and the videos are hilarious and adorable.
Teachers aren’t the only ones having fun, though. Students have found many clever ways to prank their teachers over Zoom.
Keep up the fun, guys!