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Teachers are uncomfortable having parents observe online classes.

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Teachers are uncomfortable having parents observe online classes.

They never saw this one coming, but what do they have to hide, ?

maybe teachers are worried "transphobic" parents will be annoyed at the trans grooming classes?

 

how are teachers supposed to radicalize...I mean teach... if parents can see what has been going on behind their backs.?

It just aint right.

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I say "tough cookies" if the teachers are uncomfortable.     Any teacher worth their salt would have no problem with being observed.

Let the parents observe "muted" so they can not interject while the class is going  on.

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Let the parents see exactly what their ken and Karens are learning ....what doesn’t seem to change are the students that don’t participate under normal circumstance they don’t”click on” from home either.the good part the teacher notifies the parent by e mail that the little dirt bag is just that..unfortunately Most of the time  the parent doesn’t give a hoot either. 

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Maybe rig up a red light bulb for the teachers. When a parent logs on, it lights up and they can then discuss math problems. 
 

We reserve the exclusive right to your child’s mind. You forfeited any claims to it when you decided to send the kid to the government school because it is free.

 

 

Many centuries ago, education involved a father handing money to a son and sending him off to a teacher. Aristotle was just such a teacher. Then later came the concept of the one room schoolhouse. Parents in a community would build the schoolhouse, and then advertise for a teacher. If you helped pay her salary, you kid could get an education. Private schools became popular and parents paid money to have their children attend. 

The. one day a politician noticed that some kids were not going to school, even though they seemed quite bright. Parents were too lazy to pay. So they created a school where poor kids could go to also learn. Then when parents realized that they were paying for private school, and taxes for the government school, they chose to send the kid to the free school and save that money for a nice family vacation.

 

Of sure at first the focus really was on learning and turning out kids that could compete with kids from private schools. Then it all started a steady and sure decline and has remained in a decline ever since. Teachers also became much dumber and the curriculum became complicated with political priorities. Then Jimmy Carter federalized the school system and now we have districts with 10,000 students, and there not be a single child that can read at grade level. Bound to be some really smart kids in the mix, too, yet not even they could learn to read.

 

Home Schooling started as a result of examining the end products of twelve years of school. Parents that love their children wanted better for theirs. At first the leftists mocked the parent’s lack of proper training. Then they began to compare the products and wham, completely stupid parents has their kids beating the pants off the best kids from government schools. Imagine that.

 

So it is my hope that a simple virus will help our nation rid itself of the shame of children attending schools that are not actually teaching. Let some entrepreneurs get into the mix and we might could get back to allowing kids to learn. I want to see everything be on-line, with only the very best teachers from across the nation interacting with the kids.

 

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3 hours ago, jonesg said:

Teachers are uncomfortable having parents observe online classes.

They never saw this one coming, but what do they have to hide, ?

maybe teachers are worried "transphobic" parents will be annoyed at the trans grooming classes?

 

how are teachers supposed to radicalize...I mean teach... if parents can see what has been going on behind their backs.?

It just aint right.

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3 hours ago, DMacLeod said:

I say "tough cookies" if the teachers are uncomfortable.     Any teacher worth their salt would have no problem with being observed.

Let the parents observe "muted" so they can not interject while the class is going  on.

This.

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If this is coming off of where I read it, a teacher was lamenting thst they would not be able to do their "special material" (my verbiage) that was off-curriculum discussion. Social justice, victim advocacy, etc. 

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Raheem Kassam (National Pulse)

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Public Schoolteacher Complains Home Learning Will Interfere With Trans, Race, And Gay Propaganda

 

The coronavirus-fueled transition to online learning has shifted the domain for pushing far-left propaganda on American students from classrooms to homes, and some teachers – specifically Matthew Kay of Philadelphia’s Science Leadership Academy – are frustrated the shift will complicate their ability to spew their radical beliefs.

Kay took to Twitter to explain how the prospect of parents listening to class discussion could “damage” conversations about race, gender, and sexuality, providing insight into the far-left indoctrination of American schoolchildren.

 

The public high school English teacher also worried that parents – especially conservative ones – could hinder his “work of destabilizing kids racism or homophobia or transphobia.”

 

 

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Should be canned, immediately. He won’t, but should.

 

His job is to teach his students to speak and understand the English language. Period. 
 

The other ****, is none of his business.

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I think a lot of parents got a whiff of what was going on when this online stuff started in Apr/May and were shocked. Private school enrollment skyrocketed as well as homeschooling where possible.  Many teachers have been surprised that they were "found out" and as such parents did not approve. 

 

A second group of parents though,  when required to be a part of the process because of the online experience found out their little angels were far, far from what they believed about their newly discovered little monsters.

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14 mins ago, pakalolo said:

We have every right to observe our EMPLOYEES do the job we pay them to do!!

Beat me to it.    

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But SJW adults like Moonie will see this everyday in-class indoctrination and programming as a feature, not a flaw.

 

WHY IS IT NO ONE EVER SUGGESTS THE RIGHT USES "1984" AS AN INSTRUCTION MANUAL?

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18 mins ago, Little said:

Raheem Kassam (National Pulse)

The coronavirus-fueled transition to online learning has shifted the domain for pushing far-left propaganda on American students from classrooms to homes, and some teachers – specifically Matthew Kay of Philadelphia’s Science Leadership Academy – are frustrated the shift will complicate their ability to spew their radical beliefs.

Kay took to Twitter to explain how the prospect of parents listening to class discussion could “damage” conversations about race, gender, and sexuality, providing insight into the far-left indoctrination of American schoolchildren.

 

The public high school English teacher also worried that parents – especially conservative ones – could hinder his “work of destabilizing kids racism or homophobia or transphobia.”

 

 

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So what do you image we would be hearing should the indoctrination be aimed differently ? Oh the ghouls would howl unfair unfair. Just like the process of voting, if Democrats are not allowed to cheat, well they lose quicker.

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