Teacher Earns Praise for Going House to House at Neighborhood to Teach Kids

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Due to the pandemic, schools are not allowed to do face-to-face lessons. The Department of Education (DepEd) is doing its best to provide learning modules and online lessons for the students.

But many parents are having a hard time with these learning options that the DepEd plans to do this school year. A lot of parents don’t have time to teach their children as they have to work. Others might be staying at home or have time to spend with their kids but have no idea how to teach the lessons.

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These problems are just among the many that hound the plans for ‘blended learning’ this school year, 2020-2021. Thankfully, there are people who stepped up and offered to help parents and students struggling with these issues.

Sarah Jane de Guzman is among these admirable people as she offers to tutor students in their neighborhood by going house to house, using her own resources to provide education to these children.

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Featured on Facebook page New Normal: The Survival Guide, the teacher earned praise from netizens as she went out of her way to help these students.

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A grade school teacher at Georgia Academy Philippines, the teacher decided to still continue helping students to learn by providing tutorial services. She has also volunteered to help the kids in her neighborhood, even if that meant using her own money to buy learning materials.

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Netizens praised Teacher Sarah Jane, with many wishing that she would become an inspiration to other teachers to also help in their neighborhood, especially because a lot of parents are struggling with teaching their children at home.

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