Video: German schools reopen in ways parents may have never imagined two months ago

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      B.C. educators can experience a glimpse of what classrooms might look like in a few months, courtesy of Reuters.

      And the new normal looks rather abnormal for anyone who's attended school in the past.

      Today, the international news agency released a video of one school in Bonn, Germany, where Chancellor Angela Merkel has allowed students to return.

      They line up outside with physical distancing, much like Canadians are doing in grocery stores.

      Then the students sit in designated seats with tables divided by tape. And the number in each class at any one time has been sharply reduced.

      Those students who aren't seated remain standing in line outside.

      Video: See how secondary students maintain social distancing after returning to school in Bonn, Germany.