Students' priceless reaction to teacher disappearing from video call

Michelle Westmoreland was reading a story to 17 second grade students when she was booted from Google Meet.
0:57 | 09/16/20

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Look back now what our play of the day didn't what happens when a second grade class losing their teacher to Wi-Fi issue. I think what. CD's aren't getting an excellent intervened to calm tracking. Yeah. Yeah. I. You think handgun what will it means. Turning. Yeah yeah. Yeah. High speed he'd yeah. Thanks yeah. I'll. Bill made in class. All. Good she only gone for like two minutes. Did you know that we learn lessons they would they were well behaved it has definitely tethered to that little problem solvers that we love bet yet.

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