Distance Learning Memes

It wouldn’t be a back to the school year without us posting our favorite memes. We started making memes years ago and even launched our own website for teacher memes (since discontinued).

This summer we’ve been working on Distance Learning Memes, dealing with our new reality of teaching via Google Classroom, Screencastify, and Zoom sessions. While we insist on compassion and understanding for our students during these times, these memes will hopefully provide a laugh. It may be a good way to set expectations with your students or to start building relationships with them through humor.

The following is a sampling of our favorites, all of which are included in our latest product Remote Learning Memes, which is an editable document so you can fully customize the text of over 120 memes. The images in the product come without any branding or watermarks. If you like what you see here, please share by pinning on Pinterest, sharing on Twitter, or tagging us on Instagram.

We have over 120 memes divided into several categories. Here are our top favorites from each category.

Spell-check / grammar check (proofreading)

Zoom Calls/Google Meets

Turning-in assignments electronically

Google Classroom/Canvas/ Other websites

Grades and Behavior

Integrity (plagiarism, cheating

 

Directions / Reading Instructions
   

E-mails (sending a formal e-mail to a teacher0

Usernames and Passwords

2020 (General memes about school during the pandemic), Facemasks, and social distancing

Again, please share these images on social media. If you like these and want to see more, check out the REMOTE LEARNING MEMES on TeachersPayTeachers.

Which one can you identify with the most? What other issues did you have during remote learning? Share in the comments section!

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