Student Tells The Bidens What She Was Really Doing During Zoom Classes
A group of elementary school students in Virginia taught President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden the secret benefits of distance learning Monday.
The Bidens visited Yorktown Elementary School to promote the president's infrastructure program and to speak to a group of fifth graders about their educational experience in the pandemic.
Although many of the kids said they were happy to be back in school, some said zoom classes had some advantages over the traditional classroom experience.
The Bidens giggled when one girl admitted to eating in class when the teacher wasn't careful, while another confessed that she had napped during some of her Zoom classes.
Jill Biden laughed at the comment and said she saw students turn off their cameras during class.
Then the girl who admitted she was taking a nap made another shocking revelation.
"If you don't know the question, you can just pretend your microphone isn't working," she said.
The first lady replied like a parent or teacher, "Oh, great!"
You can watch the exchange below starting at 3:40 p.m.
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This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.
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