Teacher Earns Praises Over “Drop your phone, Pick a snack” Policy During Exam
A lady teacher goes viral after implementing “Drop your phone, Pick a snack” policy to her students during exam.
A Facebook user named Flerida C. De La Cruz has shared photos of her “Drop your phone, Pick a snack” policy inside the classroom. The post goes viral and earns praise from the online community.
De La Cruz is a teacher at Jose P. Laurel Sr. High School. Flerida is teaching Filipino 9 to her students and started to place two huge boxes in the room. She urged her students to leave their phones in the box and pick a snack of their choice.
The 39-year-old educator came up with the idea to encourage the students to do their best during the examination. She wanted her students to get high grades using their own knowledge.
“Naisipan ko magpa-snack during exam para ma-motivate ang mga bata na magbasa at huwag madaliin ang pagsagot sa pagsusulit. Magsagot sila ng buong katapatan at pagsisikap. Pangalawa para ipagkatiwala nila sa akin ang kanilang cellphone at wag itong gamitin during exam,” the educator said.
The kind-hearted woman is a class adviser and the first class teacher of her advisory class. Some of her students were not eating breakfast, so she decided to provide a free snack for them.
“Pangatlo, para i-promote sa kanila ang ‘sharing is caring.’ Ako po ang adviser at 1st period class teacher nila, madalas po may mga nahuhuli sa klase… minsan yung iba di pa kumain, simple way ng pagmamalasakit at pagbabahagi ng blessing ni Lord, Sa ganito din pong paraan ay makikita po ng mga mag-aaral na kaming mga guro ay hindi lang nagtuturo… kami ay tunay na pangalawang magulang na handang magbigay ng higit pa sa kaalaman,” she added.
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