- Victoria Municipal
Police Station reminded parents particularly the “nanay” or the mother of students under modular class on how teaching the students should be handled
- The post immediately went viral after a public school teacher reposted it
- Provided on the post are the seven things which the parents should be reminded of during modular class
Shared via Facebook page, Victoria Municipal
Police Station reminded parents particularly the “nanay” or the mother of students under modular class on how teaching the students should be handled.
The same post was also shared by a public school teacher Alvie Jheane Abao Brillantes. The post immediately went viral after she reposted it. Provided there are seven items which the parents should be reminded of:
“(1) Panatilihing nakatago ang hanger sa cabinet. Ito ay ginawa para lamang sa damit; (2) Ang tsinelas ay sinusuot hindi ipinapatong sa lamesa. (3) Ingatan ang inyong kamay. Ginagamit po yan sa mga gawaing bahay at sa iba pang importanteng bagay. Hindi po yan ginagamit panghampas o pangkurot. (4) Baka hindi mo namamalayan ang boses mo, nagha-high pitch na, hindi ka naman singer. (5) Maglaan ng hanggang langit na pasensya. (6) Magtanong sa guro kung hindi alam ang isasagot. (7) Alalahanin mo, ang anak mo ang estudyante, hindi ikaw.”
Many social media users reacted and gave their personal opinions about the post,
“Multi tasking kaming mga Ina dahil gumagawa ng gawaing bahay at the same time magtuturo sa anak kaya kaming mga magulang minsan intindihin n’yo rin po, wag po agad husgaan ang pagdidisiplina ng magulang. alam naman namin ang limitation bilang nanay at guro ng aming anak.” a netizen commented.
While another netizen expressed her support on what was stated on the reminders of Victoria MPS,
“Right na i-observe, may mga parents kase na kapag kids nila tinuturuan at di agad nakaintindi action ang k
urot at samp al.. kung lagi ninyo pagagalitan kids n’yo sa pagturo ng module, imbes samp alin or k urutin ‘di ipa-stop mo sila sa pag-aaral sa module school.”
Since the pandemic, many were very much affected as everyone should adjust with the new normal regardless of age and gender. This includes the new normal in students’ education.
From the usual face to face learning, it instantly changed to online and modular learning where not just the students but also those involved in their education should adjust. Given this, simple reminders as what Victoria MPS shared would be a big help.