Collin Clarke got more than he bargained for as a teacher when the global pandemic struck in 2020. COVID impacted everyone, and every conceivable situation, and its impact radically revamped the delivery of education. This is a story of school life outside of a school building. Academia pursued from behind a screen as told by a young, atypical millennial with limited technological proficiency, he experiences baptism by fire when forced to adapt to a whole platform of remote learning. His prior experiences of being proposed to by a six-year-old girl, witnessing a fourth grader physically overpower five adults, and watching a student charge unclothed down a hallway, pale in comparison to what this new format of learning would bring. Join him on this crazy journey as he is zoom bombed, confronted by irate parents, challenged by student needs, and much more.
ISBN : 978-1-80439-363-5
Pages : 194
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Collin Clarke is a second-generation teacher, who has always had a love and passion for reading and writing. Even as a child, he would craft stories to share with his family, friends, and teachers. He enjoys games of strategy, and is an avid chess and Stratego player. Collin's other interests include running, weightlifting, swimming, traveling, and spending time at the beach. His taste in music is very eclectic. Collin has also always taken a special interest in math, and at one time considered becoming an actuary.