Where there’s a will, there’s a way.
This is true in the case of a Bahasa Melayu teacher from SMK Kijal in Kemaman.
According to a report in Malay Mail, Noor Aniza Che Soh, like many other teachers had to conduct her classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, she realised that her Form Five students kept on leaving and rejoining her online classes.
“While I was conducting my online classes, I found that there were some students who kept on leaving and rejoining the class.
“After asking these students, I found out that they’re having internet connectivity issues and it is a recurring problem in their housing areas.
Not enough data, can't understand lessons
“There are also students who couldn’t fully understand the lessons because they’re using a smartphone with a small screen,” she was quoted as saying in the report.
She added that some of the students didn't even have sufficient internet data for the classes.
Instead of just leaving thing be, the teacher decided to go the extra mile and hand deliver the learning modules to all her 38 students.
The report said that the dedicated teacher has to travel as far as 21km for the purpose but that didn't stop her.
We are sure all her students are extremely grateful as well.
Such an inspiring teacher!
Now, kids, do you best and make her proud.