Duval: What did you learn from this video? //class silent Duval: You learned nothing? You already knew everything in this video? Duval: I don't believe you, but cool. Duval: There are no normal people anyway. Duval: Is anyone here normal? //class silent Will: I'm normal! Duval: Just don't treat them differently from how you would other people. Duval: If you're a jerk to everyone, be a jerk to everyone? Duval: Is it okay to make a mistake? Katz: No. Duval: I'm sure you'd never make a mistake. Duval: I'm a Bio teacher. I can say "penis".
Schwartz: Don't send your teachers emails addressed "Hey girl." Unless you think the teacher would find it funny. Maybe send Lodal an email or two that starts with "Hey girl." Schwartz: Now that I've said that, I fully expect to receive several emails that start with "Hey girl." Schwartz: Feel free to send me emails that start with "Hey girl."
//on time management Delaney: Maybe you've already slammed out all the mitosis and meiosis stuff, and you do other things that you decide are a good use of your time. //Delaney briefly stares at Student, who is busy on his laptop //later, reading example of bad email Delaney: From "firstname.lastname@example.org", subject "Yo". Delaney: "Hey girl, my naviance is brokin. Get it fixed b4 my deadline. Hit me up." Delaney: I get emails like this from [Student] all the time.
//Schwartz starts to say something poorly Schwartz: --rephrasing. //long pause Schwartz: ... rephrasing again, even though I didn't say anything.
Schwartz: This video treats taking AP courses as the end-all be-all in your high school career. Schwartz: News flash: IT'S NOT. Collegeboard is a scam!
// about to do Mindfulness Minute™ Schwartz: Have we done this? We've done this! Schwartz: Oh yeah; we get to comment on the lack of scientific rigour of this! // proceeds to, with the help of students, point out various flaws in the directions
Rose: I would have never watched this lame video if I were allowed to turn it off, so it must have been in Innovation
//Schwartz innovation period, discussing the bullying modules //the unit on cyberbullying included logos for various social networks Bracklinn: yeah, us high schoolers in 2021 are cyberbullying people via Vine and LinkedIn. Schwartz: well, at least LinkedIn exists. Lidz: Just because a platform exists doesn't mean we can cyberbully people over it?? Schwartz: I believe in you.
Martinez: What makes you happy? Do you know what makes you happy? Martinez: French class? Martinez: I'm *sure*. I'm *sure* that's what makes you happy.