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December 21, 2019 at 1:25 pm #969
Kids do say the darndest things! What are the funniest moments you have experienced in teletherapy?January 25, 2020 at 2:02 pm #1195
One of my favorite memories is when one of my students thought that his camera/mic was off (definitely was on!) He turned his music on as loud as he could and started to do the floss. From that point forward, instead of rewarding this student with online games, I told him that he could start dancing at the end of activities.January 28, 2020 at 2:29 pm #1202
Love your comment Amanda! I had a student once who would sway back and forth and hum Jimmy Buffett tunes anytime there was a pause in the activity we were doing:) It always brightened my day.January 28, 2020 at 9:20 pm #1216
I had a Kinder student who would say “How do you like me now baayyybaayyy?”when he’d complete a task. He must have seen it in a show and did it consistently for at least 3 months before he found a new phrase to say to me.January 29, 2020 at 3:08 am #1226
Just recently, I was using an inferencing story with a 3rd grader…
Me to student: (I’ll paraphrase): ‘The boy was crying as he parked his bike. He took off his helmet and limped into the house. His mother got him some bandaids.’ What do you think happened to him?
Student: He was attacked by a wolf??
Me to self: (don’t laugh, don’t laugh, don’t laugh…)
Me to student: Well maybe, but let’s read that again and look for some clues in the story about what could have happened.
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