Nobody’s perfect! Cavite Board Member Kerby Salazar seeks understanding for module mistakes
Let’s go for constructive criticism rather than bashing when we see something wrong with learners’ modules, according to Cavite Board Member Kerby Salazar.
In a Facebook post, Salazar said educators are working hard and are getting tired amid the many adjustments they have to make amid the pandemic.
Nobody’s perfect, and mistakes can happen in the modules they produce, he said.
Instead of shaming them on social media, it would be better to understand them, he added.
If people see something wrong in the modules, he asked them to discuss this with the teachers first before posting it on social media.
He is close to educators and knows the hardships they are going through, he said.
Everybody is adjusting to online and modular lessons, so how about some leeway for teachers?
“Wala naman pong nakuha agad ang lahat perfectly, not that I am justifying flaws pero sa kasalukuyang panahon, mas kinakailangan po ata ang pag-unawa. I hope we could all stop module shaming. Sabi nga nila, “It takes a village to raise a child.” Kung may nakikita or napapansin po tayong mali, it is best that we discuss it with our teachers bago natin ipost sa mga social media platforms.
I am very close to teachers/educators in fact I dream of becoming one, someday at kita ko po ang hirap at pagod nila sa kasalukuyang sitwasyon. Ang online classes at modular learning ay bago po sa ating LAHAT at mas makabubuti po kung magtutulungan na lang tayo.
Mahal ko kayong lahat!
– Kerbs! 💖,” Salazar posted.
Wala naman pong nakuha agad ang lahat perfectly, not that I am justifying flaws pero sa kasalukuyang panahon, mas…
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