If you are the proud owner of a new pooch, it can be hard to tear yourself away from looking into its loving eyes. If you are a teacher, however, there are a lot more eyes that you have to step in front of, even if they are not anywhere near as loving as your beloved dog.
What’s the solution? This teacher came up with a bright idea. As the hashtag says, this is a bit of a weird choice, but we can let it go for a little while. To her credit, her students probably liked it just as much.
They've Seen It All
Cheating has always been something that teachers have to deal with, but most of the time, cheaters get a better score than this. How can you get 0 when you have found the answers illicitly? Somebody tried to do the old peek at the next person's answers trick, but it didn't exactly work out.
We do not know why this person thought it would work since there was apparently an extra question at the bottom or something like that, but the teacher saw through it in an instant. The dreaded red pen came out, and the student was shamed all the way to Shame Town.
Going With What Works
Not everyone is great at math and science. Some people find that they're far better at expressing themselves using art. This artist was worried about his or her work in a science test, so a small defender of the grade was added at the top once all the other work was done.
The handwriting is a little sloppy, but it says, “this ninja prevents anything less than a C.” Not even teachers will mess with a ninja, so it worked. Twice, even. This student is better at science than first believed. The penmanship needs a little bit of work, though.
It's a Hard Point to Argue
Once the world was agog for finding unicorns, but it just was not meant to be. You see, these mythical creatures don't really exist, no matter how many young girls or grown men would love to see one. Where did the legend of horned horses come from?
From fossils, most likely. But there is some evidence to say that the rhinoceros, the huge creatures of Africa with horns in the center of their faces, was one of the things that created the idea for myth-tellers. This science teacher used this idea for a joke during “meme day” at his school.
Everybody Shut Up!
What do you do if you're a substitute teacher, and the kids won't give you the respect you think you deserve? Why it's simple: threaten to spoil something they haven't seen yet. In this case, as the word on the board might tell you, it was spoilers from “Avengers: Endgame.”
While anybody who wanted to see this movie probably hit the theater pretty quickly, maybe this was the day it came out or something like that. The kids were attentive during this chemistry class, we bet. Otherwise, they might’ve learned that Thor and Black Widow get married at the end.