Teachers are one of the most influential and powerful forces for equity, access, and quality in education and key to sustainable global development.As a teacher, you inspire the next generation of leaders. Beyond that, teachers serve many other roles in the classroom. Teachers set the tone of their classrooms, build a warm environment, mentor and nurture students, become role models, and listen and look for signs of trouble. The most common role a teacher plays in the classroom is to teach knowledge to children.
It is indeed hard to be a teacher, especially when lacking patience. But you are this reason enough to call your students dumb or stupid? No one has a reason to call anyone those awful words. Well, this teacher couldn’t resist expressing her anger towards a student after being called incompetent for her job and posted her sentiments on social media.
Read her public post below:
For students, they look up to their teachers as the second parents in school which is their second home as well. This public post put a netizen to comment and express her dismay over the teacher.
But eventually, the teacher’s friends also got to be aggressive this time and rescued their teacher friend, fires back at the concerned citizen. Read the whole conversation below:
Verbally abusive teachers shall face consequences. According to a 2009 report of PLAN Philippines, a children’s organization, at least 5 out of 10 Filipino children in grades 1-3, 7 out of 10 in grades 4-6, and 6 out of 10 in high school have experienced some kind of violence in school.
It was discovered that violence – whether physical, verbal, or sexual – usually results in low self-esteem, fear, anger, and helplessness among children.
In the Philippines, corporal punishment is prohibited, following the issuance in 1974 of the Child and Youth Welfare Code (Presidential Decree No. 63, Article 59). It prohibits any mental and physical violence against children.
Child abuse is punishable by Philippine law – the Special Protection of Children against Abuse, Exploitation, and Discrimination Act (RA 7610) of 1992 ensures the safety and welfare of the Filipino youth.
What are your sentiments about this? Will you allow this to happen to your child? If you’re a teacher will you do the same like her?
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