Happy World Teachers’ Day

Updated for 2020

Dated, perhaps, but still one of the greatest teaching videos!

If …

  • pulling an all-nighter now means lesson preparation or test marking
  • wardrobe malfunction means not wearing your teacher identification
  • you walk down the street wishing you had a red marker or red chalk to correct spelling errors
  • you’ve seen the sign “Sorry for the inconvience” so many times you’re convinced that you’ve been wrong all these years and where’s your red marker
  • you try out neat learning ideas with your own kids
  • you have someone else filter your web content for you and decide what applications you can use on your computer
  • you have a love/hate relationship with Staples
  • you’ve had someone else’s kid call you dad (or mom)
  • you don’t mind drinking cooled off coffee or tea
  • you have a well trained bladder

… then today’s your day.

Don’t take it from me….enjoy this.

Or this.

There are a few additions for 2020.

If …

  • you can enunciate while wearing a mask
  • have learned how not to fog up your shield
  • have become a Brightspace guru

Wait! Why do it when Schitt’s Creek does it better?


And this…

Happy World Teachers’ Day. It’s a Saturday … enjoy knowing that you make a difference every day. No, it’s not! It’s a Monday this year.

If you’re looking for awesome Ontario Educators to follow, check out this Wakelet. That was last year’s Follow Friday.

This year’s is in this Wakelet.

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