Video ng isang babae na umiiyak habang nagtuturo ng module, viral sa social media

Video ng isang babae na umiiyak habang nagtuturo ng module, viral sa social media

- The new norm of online classes has long been making the headlines due to the challenges that come with it

- With the surge of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines, face-to-face classes have yet to commence

- Just recently, a video of a 15-year-old girl crying over her and her siblings’ modules have trended online

- According to Iverleen Rubio, she has been feeling pressured with the deadlines they have to meet

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Face-to-face classes in the Philippines have yet to commence due to the number of COVID-19 cases, especially those with the Delta variant, in the country.

With face-to-face classes being prohibited in the meantime, students and teachers have been adjusting to the new norm which is that of online classes.

Just recently, KAMI learned that a video of a 15-year-old girl crying while teaching her younger sister had netizens feeling bad for her.

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Video ng isang babae na umiiyak habang nagtuturo ng module, viral sa social media
Screengrab from ABS-CBN News' video
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In the 36-second-video clip, Iverleen Grace Rubio from Pantukan, Davao de Oro, could be seen sitting beside her younger sister.

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However, what caught the attention of the online community was her emotions while teaching her sibling.

With tears streaming down her face, Iverleen expressed how hard it was for her to be teaching her sister while she still has to finish her modules.

According to the report done by ABS-CBN News, Iverleen has been feeling pressured due to the deadlines of her modules and her siblings’ modules.

“Honestly, for me being in this situation, it is very difficult especially because I can't quite understand the lessons without personally explaining it to me, and researching on the website can cause distraction sometimes.”

Iverleen went on to mention that everyone has “different learning capabilities” and some students require further elaboration on certain topics.

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Previously, students nationwide have been urging the Department of Education (DepEd) to implement an academic break.

Watch the video below:

As reported earlier by KAMI, the story of a 23-year-old college graduate who worked as a promodiser has touched the hearts of netizens online.

Meanwhile, the story of a teacher who gave a laptop away to his former student has even managed to help others with their online classes.

Source: Kami.com.ph

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