Yesterday after school I was in the hallway at Inquiry Hub, talking to a student about an idea he is launching with one of our teachers, iHub Talks. These talks, organized by students, will be presentations on diverse topics aimed to have appeal to a variety of students and community members. During the hallway conversation another student approached us and waited for a polite time to interrupt. He told the student I was talking to that he ‘hit an error that put him in a loop that he couldn’t get out of’. The student I was talking to finished off the conversation and excused himself to go help this other student.
Educators get interrupted like this all the time. However, it is usually us that have to go help the other student. It is also usually during the school day that this happens.
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