Recently, a teacher caught the attention of the nation after not a single one of his students had shown up for his online class.
The teacher had excitedly learned how to create Zoom and Google Meetings just so he could conduct his classes and was very discouraged when none of his students even show up.
Nuha recently took to her Twitter account to update everyone on the incident, and it looks like the teacher’s students have learnt their lesson. She shared that they had all apologised to her father and they all started attending their classes.
She wrote, “Alhamdulillah, the students have apologies and called my father to create the class and many joined.
“My father is also appreciative and is very happy. I hope this quantity (of students) remain until the end of online classes (the end of CMCO). Thank you to all that prayed for him and for the words of encouragement.”
It’s a great thing that the students realised their mistake and made the necessary amends with their teacher.
Prior to this, in the initial story that went viral, netizens in the whole of Malaysia extended their sympathies to the teacher and requested for links so they themselves can sit in for the classes. Some students even shared how they wished their teacher would be like him.
But kudos, to the students for making things right and attending their classes!
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