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    'Nagre-report lang?': Student complains of 'fresh grad' teacher's teaching style

    MANILA, Philippines – A netizen couldn't help but share his disappointment over a letter complaining of a new teacher's style of teaching.
    Student complains of 'fresh grad' teacher's teaching style

    Student complains of 'fresh grad' teacher's teaching style
    Student complains about new teachers | Photo Courtesy: Facebook/ Adrian Santiago

    On Facebook, Adrian Santiago shared his thoughts on a letter coming from a student who complained about "fresh grad" or newly licensed teachers. The letter was written on a piece of paper and placed on what looks like a bulletin board of other letters. While the letter was anonymous, it was clear that it came from a student.

    The letter wrote, "Itigil na po natin ang pagkuha ng mga instructors na fresh grad. Para lang po silang ngre-report sa klasmeyt nila."

    Student complains of 'fresh grad' teacher's teaching style
    The bulletin board has several other comments from students| Photo Courtesy: Facebook/ Adrian Santiago

    Santiago, who is studying for a degree in Education said he was really surprised to read such "attitude" coming from a student towards a teacher.

    Santiago wrote, "Kaya pala sobrang strict ng mga professors namin, ganito na pala ang attitude ng mga 21st Century Learners o Gen Z na mahilig mag post ng Tik Tok Videos sa IG at FB."

    He continued that while the complaint might be valid, the student's manner of sharing his thoughts seems improper and not productive at all.

    "Una sa lahat, mali ang pamamaraan ng pagdulog mo sa problema. Kung sinabi mo sa facilitator mo na "Sir, pakiulit naman po ng diniscuss niyo, slow learner po kasi ako." Edi sana walang problema. Hindi naman bobo yang guro mo. Uulitin niya yan kasi special ka," Santiago said.

    The netizen continued said that there are many ways for the student to learn more about the lessons.

    "Ikalawa, kung hindi ka satisfied sa guro mo, learner-centered po tayo, yung [ data load] mo po wag mo i-pang Mobile Legends. One click away lang po ang mga information na need mo para matuto, lapit lang kay Mr. Google," Santiago continued.

    Santiago also corrected the term "fresh grads" used and explained that they are actually licensure exam for teachers (LET) board passers who deserve respect.

    "Ikatlo, ang mga fresh grads po natin bukod sa 4 years na pag-aaral sa kolehiyo, pasado po yan sa LET, nagreview at nagbayad [sa review center] tapos babastusin mo lang," he said.

    The post has gone viral with over 9,000 shares since posting. It has also garnered over 9,000 mixed reactions from netizens.

    — Sally, The Summit Express
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