- Despite being confined in a medical facility, he managed to procure his materials for his final demonstration
- A final demonstration in the life of the student teacher is the most thrilling and challenging stage that any aspiring teacher should undergo
- He thanked everyone for his demo that turned out successfully
To be a teacher, one must have dedication and passion in preparing lesson plans and materials needed for his/her daily lectures. It needs time and effort to make visual aids attractive to get the attention of the students.
An inspiring Education student of Isabela State University – Cabagan Campus has shown dedication in becoming a teacher, which have received praises from netizens.
A Facebook user, Jud Gaoilan, shared his photo doing his best in preparing his visual aids for his final demonstration, despite being confined in a medical facility. His Facebook post has garnered more than 2,000 reactions and 1.8 thousand shares.
A final demonstration in the life of the student teacher is the most thrilling and challenging stage that any aspiring teacher should undergo. This is where they prepare lesson plans, materials for the lectures, and finally, perform it in front of the panel which is usually composed of deans, teachers, and invited guest(s) to evaluate each student teacher’s performance.
The preparation itself is not that easy. But for Jud, even if he was confined in the hospital, he managed to prepare his teaching materials for his final demo. He posted a picture of him with the caption, “Kahit naka confine ako dito sa hospital , gagawin ko lahat , matapos ko lang ko lang to. Para sa final demo.”
The netizens witnessed his perseverance in the photo, while writing in a yellow cartolina and cutting some pictures. With their comments, they encouraged and supported him on his final test of becoming a teacher.
After three days, all his sacrifices paid off as he posted that he finished his demonstration. Together with a picture of his critique teachers, he thanked everyone for his demo that turned out successfully.
“Natapos din ang aming final demo. Thanks God. Congrats sa mga kasama ko diyan. Sa aming teacher sa ISU at mga critique teachers namin, maraming-maraming salamat Po.”