Teacher visits student who was sad during Zoom videoconference session

First Published 17, Apr 2020, 1:35 PM

In a heart-warming incident, a 1st grade teacher paid a visit to her student who looked sad during a Zoom session held earlier in keeping with norms of social distancing

<p>Schools around the world have closed their doors because of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving more than 1.5 billion children stuck at home.</p>

Schools around the world have closed their doors because of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving more than 1.5 billion children stuck at home.

<p>Educational institutions are introducing online courses and some education technology start-ups are temporarily offering free classes to help offset the impact of school closures.<br />
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Educational institutions are introducing online courses and some education technology start-ups are temporarily offering free classes to help offset the impact of school closures.
 

<p>But in a heart-warming gesture, a teacher paid her student a visit after noticing the student was sad during the Zoom session. First grade teacher Katie Ricca wanted to cheer up her student Hannah Close.</p>

But in a heart-warming gesture, a teacher paid her student a visit after noticing the student was sad during the Zoom session. First grade teacher Katie Ricca wanted to cheer up her student Hannah Close.

<p>In another incident that warmed hearts across the globe and earned the teacher the title - 'Teacher of the year'. Math teacher Chris Waba showed up on 12-year-old student Rylee Anderson's front porch with a whiteboard after she asked for help.<br />
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In another incident that warmed hearts across the globe and earned the teacher the title - 'Teacher of the year'. Math teacher Chris Waba showed up on 12-year-old student Rylee Anderson's front porch with a whiteboard after she asked for help.
 

<p>Also, dozens of educators from neighbourhoods across the US have been forming car parades and driving through their student's neighbourhoods to keep the children's spirits high amid the stressful pandemic.</p>

Also, dozens of educators from neighbourhoods across the US have been forming car parades and driving through their student's neighbourhoods to keep the children's spirits high amid the stressful pandemic.

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