All ready for our students to arrive on Monday – with new innovative and socially distanced learning environments such as our new classroom in the @SMULawLibrary ! pic. twitter. — Jennifer M.
Getting ready for students, the room is starting to look like a 5th grade classroom! pic. twitter.
My classroom is all ready for half of my sweet students to join me on Monday, I can’t wait to see their faces with all our new classroom upgrades! pic. twitter.
Not all socially distanced classroom setups have adorable desk vibes, but it’s clear that so many teachers are doing everything they can to adapt to the bizarre circumstances and ensure their students are as protected as they can be.
Touchless faucets, hand sanitizer stations, one way traffic flow, PPE, symptom trackers, classroom technology and more in place as we work together to take care of our #MercyFamily! pic. twitter.
On Monday, Lafferty tweeted a video of her co-worker’s first grade classroom, which shows the desks decorated to look like trucks.
A new school year is starting soon, and the coronavirus is forcing teachers to get extra creative with their classroom setups.
According to the tweet, Lafferty’s co-worker didn’t want the classroom "to look scary with all the dividers". My co-worker’s room.
Very excited to say that my classroom is officially ready for kindergarten????⭐️ #unitedwebuild #LovemyLISD pic. twitter.
As teachers prepare their classrooms for this unique and scary school year, they’re sharing their new social distance-friendly desk setups on social media — and boy do they look bleak.
Texas kindergarten teacher, Jennifer Birch Pierson, recently went viral for sharing a photo of her classroom’s Jeep desks, too.
And though school districts normally pay for and provide social distancing supplies like desk dividers, some teachers are considering dipping into their own personal funds to make their classrooms appear slightly less dystopian.
Got my room socially distanced and ready for my new students next week. #WEareFHSD #WeAreInThisTogether pic. twitter.
There are only so many desk designs you can pull off with a transparent cubicle in the mix, which is why car desks have emerged as a popular classroom theme.
Many 2020 classroom photos show desks that are significantly separated or fitted with cold-looking plastic dividers.
While no teacher, student, or faculty member should ever have to contend with schooling during a pandemic, it’s heartwarming to see teachers putting so much thought and care into making their students feel safe and happy.
Some educators have really gone the extra mile https://t.co/3sUfEQo9c4— Mashable (@mashable) August 18, 2020