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Senior Teacher Dedicates Himself To Learning How To Conduct Classes Online

Son praises his soon-to-be retired dad on Facebook!
14 Jan 2021, 07:30 AM

Main image via Facebook
 

Everyone wants to learn new things in life but only some are really dedicated and determined to learn new things. 

 

A young man recently posted a picture of how committed his father is in learning how to conduct online classes for his students and he’s been getting all the praises! 

 

This is my dad. He is a teacher, retiring soon in 6-7 months time. One day during CMCO, he facetime and asked me to...

Posted by Wee Cher Wei on Tuesday, 24 November 2020

 

Responding to social media users who claimed that teachers’ job during the pandemic got ‘easier’ and that they’ve been receiving their salaries without doing much work, Wee Cher Wei took to Facebook to share that his dad, who teaches in Alor Setar, Kedah had asked his children if he could borrow one of their laptops to install a software to teach his students online. 

 

Wee See Heian, a technical drawing teacher who is going to retire in six to seven months from now, spent hours by his laptop, trying to master the art of online teaching. His children spent an equal amount of time helping him to set up a comfortable space for his work as well as teaching him how to use the software. 

 

The not-so tech savvy dad told his son that even if one of his students does well for their examinations, he’d be so happy. 

 

via GIPHY

 

The post has since received 54,000 likes and people are complimenting Wee’s father. 

 

No job is easy, guys. Always encourage one another!

 

Good job, Teacher Wee!

 

By: Piravina Ragunathan

 

Info via MalayMail

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