Teacher in Quezon goes viral due to her unique style of proctoring exams

As a teacher, one of the duties is to facilitate or conduct exams for students, also known as "proctoring." This includes overseeing the actual taking of the exam and ensuring the honesty in answering it. Part of what should be taught and imparted to students is the importance of "honesty" in their actions, especially in simply answering tests, whether it be quizzes, long tests, or periodic tests.

Hence, netizens were amused by the unique flair of public school teacher and part-time college instructor, Sigrid Fadrigalan-Tibordo, after she shared a photo of her proctoring an exam.

Teacher in Quezon goes viral due to her unique style of proctoring exams
Photo courtesy: Facebook/Sigrid Fadrigalan-Tibordo

It can be seen that the teacher is standing on a chair while the class is taking their exams.

"Goods naman po, so far. Walang nagkokopyahan. Bait," aniya sa caption.

While writing this article, the mentioned Facebook post has already garnered 6k reactions, 24k shares, and 264 comments.

The viral teacher resides in Tayabas City, Quezon Province, and teaches Filipino subject to Grade 11 students at Luis Palad Integrated High School.

During The Summit Express interview with the teacher, she said that the students were taking a periodic test in the photo. She decided to stand up and climb onto the chairs so she could see everyone. She said that what she did was effective because no one dared to cheat or copy.

The teacher believes that tolerating cheating or copying is a bad way to allow and condone the creation of a dishonest society among students.

“May kani-kaniyang tayong estratehiya upang mapamahalaan ang mga mag-aaral sa oras ng pagsusulit, ano man ang kaparaanan natin, ang mahalaga ay naipauunawa natin sa kanila ang halaga ng katapatan. Nasa ating mga kamay ang magiging kapalaran ng lipunan, kapag sa silid-aralan pa lang ay ipinagwalang-bahala natin ang dayaan, para na rin tayong lumikha ng isang lipunang mandaraya,” she said.

Kudos to you, Teacher Sigrid!

— Noel Ed Richards, The Summit Express

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