Humorous teacher goes viral after posting open letter to students
GINATILAN, CEBU – A high school teacher has gone viral after sharing a humorous photo of herself tilting her head while reading a student’s result with the wrong page orientation.
Fritzie Aileen Aratan-Puray of Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental jokingly posted an open letter to her students, reminding them to submit their productions correctly.
“Pls ug palihug lang ayaw tawon mo pg submit its output nga wala ma plastar ky mabali akong li-og,” she wrote.
(Please do not submit an output with the incorrect page orientation as my neck will break.)
“It all started when the student informed me that he had already submitted his production and asked me to check if he was doing the right thing. And when I looked at it it was uploaded to the side. Then it occurred to me to take a picture of myself looking at the monitor and tilting my head, ”Puray told CDN Digital.
According to Puray, the photo was sent to his class group chat and many of his students responded with a laughing emoji. And because of the reaction, she got the idea to post it on social media.
Puray told CDN Digital that she posted the photos just to lighten the mood of her colleagues and students.
“Since it was the first day of school, everyone was really upset,” she added.
From that post, the teacher’s post garnered 10,000 reactions and 15,000 shares.
Despite the challenges of online courses, Puray said they still find ways to cope.
“We always reach out to students, helping them in any way we can. Patience and mercy, these two words keep us moving forward to help our students and parents, ”said Puray.
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