Netizens Lauded Resourceful Teacher for Making Improvised Tripod To Do Online Class
A resourceful teacher earned praises from the online community after making an improvised tripod to do online class.
A Twitter user named Pishu Mon has shared the inspiring photos of a teacher who made a makeshift tripod to conduct her online class. The educator garnered praises and admiration from the netizens.
The chemistry teacher identified as Moumita B. in Pune, India has no tripod but she needs to conduct her online class for her students. Most teachers in India are poor and do not have extra cash to provide class materials.
However, Moumita’s lack of money did not hinder her compassion to teach the students and resolved her problem by making an improvised tripod made of cloth hanger and cloth strips attached on a chair.
The educator shared her video on “Linkedin” and said “As I didn’t have any tripod so I made an Indian Gugad for taking online classes from my home”.
The resourceful woman goes viral for her simple hack, which shows her extreme dedication and passion for her teaching job.
Pishu Mon captioned the post with:
“I don’t know where or who. But this picture made my day. A teacher setting up their online class with available resources.
There is so much passion in this picture makes me overwhelmed. #COVID19India”
Watch the video on this link
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