“Please be nice to your teachers,” Concerned Netizen Told Online Students
A concerned netizen gives advice to the students attending online classes: “Please be nice to your teachers”.
Nowadays, many students in the Philippines are attending online classes instead of face-to-face learning system amid the coronavirus pandemic. The online learning aims to prevent the further spread of the virus.
However, both students and teachers are struggling with online classes due to different reasons such as having no stable internet connection, no gadgets, and other factors.
A Facebook user named Rio Gai Nehio Turtal has shared the photo of his father who continues to teach despite his old age. The mind-opening post goes viral and garnered various reactions from social media users.
In the photo, it can be seen that the elderly teacher is conducting his online class with a few mobile gadgets and notes on his table. The educator continues to teach although he is already 69-year-old.
Turtal also revealed that his father is struggling with using modern technology devices but attempting practice to give the best for its students. He also advised the students to be nice to their teachers especially to the elderly ones.
Here is the full post:
“To students starting school today,
Please be nice to your teachers. My dad is 69 years old, and not a whiz w technology. He’s called me EVERY day, attempting to practice and wants what’s best for his students.
Please be patient with them. They’re trying.”
The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:
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