You must be familiar with No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 by George W. Bush Administration, right? Well here in Second Life, we have 'No Avatar Left Behind' kind of act. 

"Don't leave tinies behind in conferences. Provide tiny seats for tinies. Tinies were also born with equal rights as other avatars." LOL

(Please don't stare at my legs. Those are just pixels. Besides, I was wearing a FLEXI skirt. Blame the gravity!)


Don't let your students know how to change themselves into fire because instad of teaching them, you will get burnt. (If you set the environment to midnight, they look nice though...) 

Don't underestimate animals in SL. They can be really smart, like this werewolf who has been sitting by my side in at least 4 conferences. (Today I finally befriended a wild animal in SL) LOL...sorry Gilles. :))

Not everyone wants to be perfect in SL although they can do that. Apparently, one of my students want to be herself and be comfortable in her own shoes hee hee.

Student A: Miss.... I found your shoe in this sandbox.
Me: No, impossible. I never rez shoes in a public sandbox.
Student B: It's your shoe, trust me.
Me: No, I don't think so. Besides, why would I wear that flowery ribbony shoe?
Student A: It's your shoe. Just right click it and check the object profile. Owner: Ines Ogura.
Me: (blushing) ups.
Student B: Geee...you rezzed your shoes in Nanoland sandbox. What would people think about our science teacher?
Me: @_@

Then all of my students gathered around that shoe and right click it. "Where's another one, Miss?"