In the era of virtual classrooms, the lines between home and school have blurred. One parent found themselves in a predicament when their 9-year-old child started asking questions during Zoom lessons. With work commitments to juggle, the parent couldn't help and suggested the child ask the teacher instead. But what happens when the teacher, instead of teaching, is merely showing videos and sitting there while the kids work? 😱 Let's delve into this intriguing tale of distance learning drama.
The New Normal: Distance Learning 🏠🎓
The Parent's Predicament: Work vs School 🤷♀️
The Teacher's Role: In Question ❓
The Shocking Discovery: Teacher's Lack of Engagement 😮
The Attempt at Resolution: Parent vs Teacher 📩
The Escalation: Taking it to the Principal 📚
The Backlash: Teacher's Response 🗣️
The Aftermath: Guilt and Doubt 😔
The Final Verdict: Overstepping or Necessary Intervention? 🤔
In the end, the parent is left questioning their actions. Did they overstep their bounds, or was their intervention necessary for their child's education? The teacher's reluctance to adapt her teaching style has led to a change in the classroom dynamics, as per the principal's instructions. But the parent is left with a sense of guilt, wondering if they've made the learning process harder for the teacher and other students. What's your take on this virtual classroom drama? Let's see what the internet has to say about it... 👀
NTA. Teacher's unprofessional response reported to the principal 👍
NTA. Zoom can handle individual student questions. She's a lazy liar.
NTA. Teacher caught on autopilot. Schools need better monitoring. 💻
Teaching in 2020 is a nightmare! NTA for expecting better. 😱
NTA. Report her to the principal. Unprofessional behavior! 😡
NTA, be your children's advocate and use evidence to support.
NTA. Valid concerns, but is the teacher resistant to change?
NTA. Teacher's excuse is ridiculous. Zoom kindergarten is manageable! 😂
"NTA. Teacher here doing distance learning for 10 and 11 year olds. The amount of interaction I have to give to keep them engaged is exhausting. I never get to 'just sit there' and never expect questions to go to parents. Your kid's teacher sucks and gives teachers a bad name." 💪
Parent calls out teacher for not doing her job 🚩
Teacher vs Parent: The Battle for Classroom Engagement 🎓
NTA, parent wants compensation for teaching teacher's classes. 😂
NTA: Teacher failing to do fundamental part of job 💻
No interaction? No teacher! 🤷♀️
NTA. Teacher needs a reality check. 😳
"Teaching online sucks, but it's my job right now." 😬
NTA: Protecting your child and others during Zoom classes 👏
Teacher's unprofessional behavior sparks disagreement: NTA, teacher is AH
NTA. Teacher slacking off, using YouTube instead of Zoom classes. 😳
Demanding accountability: NTA for expecting her to do her job. 👏
Parent is not the a**hole...
Teacher's teaching methods criticized, parent defends children's learning. 👨🎓
Not the a**hole for the win! 🎉
NTA: Stand up for yourself! Don't let anyone slack off! 💪
👏 NTA - Teachers have a tough job, but you stood up!
NTA: Lazy teacher making COVID learning even harder 😡
Parent is not the a**hole in the epic Zoom battle 🎓💻
NTA. Teacher should actively engage students and recreate regular classroom.
NTA: This teacher is lazy and unprofessional. You did right.
Engaged teacher helps students navigate Zoom with raise hand and chat options 🙌
NTA. Teacher here. Assume the best, she was “trained” to do this - seems unlikely given the shift. Sounds like she just sucks. I am sorry this is happening to your family but you did the right thing by advocating for your child. That’s different than telling someone how to do their job. 🙅
Principal's agreement makes you not the a**hole in this case