Student shows teacher how difficult it is to charge phone after receiving "Eh di mag-charge" ka response

Student shows teacher how difficult it is to charge phone after receiving "Eh di mag-charge" ka response

- A teacher shared the pitiful plight of her student who is attending her online class

- The student, midway of classes, asked permission to leave class so that she could charge her battery

- The teacher, without realizing what her student needs to go through, even haughtily replied, "eh di mag-charge ka"

- Later, she realized the dangerous trek that her student would have to go through, as she needed to go downhill to charge her cellphone because their home atop the hill does not have electricity

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A teacher shared her sad experience when her student asked permission for her to leave class to be able to charge her cellphone.

She did not realize that her student needed to go down the hill to be able to charge her cellphone.

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Later, the student sent her a photo of their makeshift hut, which has an iron sheet roofing.

She then realized the difficulty that her student has to go through including the fact that when lightning would strike, they also needed to run downhill.

Student shows teacher how difficult it is to charge phone after receiving "Eh di mag-charge" ka response

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"Alam mo 'yung lalamunan mo na sumasakit dito? Tumulo talaga 'yung luha ko," said the teacher.

The teacher is Hazel Villa, and she teaches at West Visayas State University in Iloilo.

Her story was reported on "24 Oras."

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