Micromanagement

Don't micromanage. Respect the teacher's time. Also: MUTE.
There's a strategic way to push back against your remote manager's hypersurveillance during the coronavirus pandemic.
There are very few people, if any, who like being micromanaged. The discrepancy between managing and micromanaging is simple, a perspective difference -- the perspective of the business owner and perspective of the team members.
It started off as casual and friendly banter but moved quickly into an exchange of fairly different opinions and principles of parenting. The ensuing conversation revealed stark differences in how parents view their responsibilities when preparing their children for college life and beyond.