It’s no secret that remote learning has been a challenge, to say the least. Student, teachers, and parents have had to adjust on a dime to figure out how to make education work on platforms like Zoom. While there have been many obstacles, there have also been a lot of funny moments too.
This list of stories from teachers sharing the most random, funny and wholesome things students have asked them during online classes will brighten your day.
The struggle is real but teachers are trying their best!
Hey that’s a valid question that only someone who has been in space would know. Props to this kid for being so thoughtful.
Kids notice everything, don’t they? It’s honestly remarkable.
Want to derail an entire class? This is how you do it. This is definitely the new version of “Hey look outside!” for pranksters trying to waste time before the bell rings. Although there probably aren’t school bells anymore with Zoom, right?
Ugh Zoom math classes? Yeah we would want to go home too. Yikes!
Hey, sometimes kids just want to know if their teacher is a freak who doesn’t have a solid morning routine!
As long as these kids aren’t changing their backgrounds to the Twin Towers on 9/11, we’re fine with it.
Kids know the important questions to ask, that’s for sure.
That lego better be cool as hell if it’s going to interrupt the whole class. We’re talking something incredible like a fighter jet or a sports car.
Incredible phrasing on this question. How could this teacher say no?
Valid question. We still don’t know the answer to this.
If these kids are the future of the world, it seems like we are going to alright.
Kudos to this young one for showing some discipline. That’s not always easy.
Not exactly a question but we do appreciate the info!
Well have you? We want to know too. Jackie Chan is a legend!
We can definitely relate to these high schoolers. We’ve gotten distracted a bunch of times just putting this list together. Can’t imagine staying focused while analyzing a poem.
We want to log off too. Hopefully we can get these kids safely back in their classrooms soon!