Parents of schoolchildren have shared unusual ways of how their children cheat in online classes. The topic of the conversation was set by British TV presenter Chris Arnold, who posted on Twitter the observation of his wife, who works as a teacher.
According to him, one of the students periodically changed his name in Zoom to “Reconnect” to make the teacher think that the child has communication problems. Thanks to this, the teenager avoided the teacher's questions for several weeks.
“This guy doesn't need to worry about his education, he is already a real genius,” concluded Arnold. His post quickly went viral, and other parents were quick to list their kids' resourceful life hacks.
One man said that his son put a looped
Another parent stated that he turned off Wi-Fi so that his son would stop playing the console during lessons. However, this did not help: the teenager created a hotspot using his smartphone and enjoyed online games for several hours.
Some Twitter users recalled how their children pranked classmates. For example, they logged into Zoom under a false name and then posted rude messages in the chat. At the same time, the teachers could not figure out the culprit, because in the conversation there were several people with the same names at once.