You've been trying to support upset parents, scared students, and nervous administrators, nevermind the fact that you’re integrating a half dozen new tech tools and figuring out how to teach an engaging English class without any of the usual go-tos you’ve carefully crafted over the years.
Your schedule is flip-flopping and so are your students. In quarantine and out, you're all dealing with a crushing load of anxiety on top of everything else.
Your students are turning their cameras and mics off, drifting away from your online classroom. All you want is for teaching to go back to normal, to feel the connection with your students that you've always had, and to watch them light up as you help them discover and celebrate their own gifts.