How to teach remotely during a pandemic
(an acrostic poem )
by Jennifer Hernandez
Put on lipstick before you start the meet.
Ask students to mute their mics and sign into the chat.
Never assume that random family members aren’t listening to your every word.
Dogs, cats, and younger siblings are welcome visitors to the virtual classroom
except when barking, meowing or screaming while the
I used to be an old-school teacher, but
taught me a thing or two.
Elkin. Aron. Sebastian. Theresa. Jamela.
Axel. Juan Diego. Alina. Arina. Olu.
Chromebooks connect us, let us
hear voices, laughter. Let us see images & when
I’m lucky – even faces.
Newly vaccinated, I am both anxious and apprehensive to
greet students in person for the first time in nearly a year.
PAINTING:Teaching by Norval Morrisseau (XX Century).
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: Teaching online has meant learning…
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