Filipino teachers can set a good example

I agree that when Filipinos come to teach in one school, they really make a lot of noise in their free time or even on the public transportation and that is something as a Filipino, I dislike the most. I have my work ethics and I always observe them. As much as possible, when we are inside the office, Filipino teachers should refrain from speaking their language or any other dialects. Speak English! Or if you wan to speak your dialect, at least speak softly. Most importantly, do your job and never practice professional jealousy. I personally don't like cliques in the workplace because I see it as a starting point of all internal and professional problems. Please Filipino teachers, love your work, love the children, respect others and keep your comments to yourself. Always bear in mind that we are not in our country and we must be socially and professionally responsible. Nobody asked you to come and teach here. It was all your choice, so please behave!

Naizer


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