SOL #23: Questions and comments and more questions and comments

How do we turn it in?

I don’t see any math pages.

Where is the attachment?

Should we do this on paper?

Should we do this in a Google doc?

Will we have to do this every day?

There are four poems today.

This is a lot of work.

You got this.

I don’t think I can do all of this.

When is this due?

Where is the math puzzle?

Do we have to answer all the questions?

This is a lot work.

Will we get a snow day?

How many pages do we need to read this week.

I don’t know what a haiku is.

**Day one of Distance Learning with 6th graders in Connecticut on a snowy day.**

175 questions and comments from 8:30 AM to 2:30 pm… I’m exhausted.


11 thoughts on “SOL #23: Questions and comments and more questions and comments”

    1. It really is. I couldn’t keep up first thing this morning. It was crazy. I think it will slow down as we get our ‘sea legs’ under us. We were trying to respond quickly and get to all the questions. Tough stuff!

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  1. 175?!? WOW! Um, at least they’re engaged? Up here in Ontario we haven’t really started the online learning thing yet… I suspect it’s going to be quite a steep learning curve. May have to come back to this post to remind myself that I am not alone. 175! Wow.

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  2. This is so lovely to me. You remind me of the great beauty in poetry. It’s restrictions are apparent in the conciseness of its text; but, how wonderful it is to see its boundaryless possibilities. I absolutely enjoyed this – especially the end. Job well done! ~Carla Michelle

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