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A new punishment in the Thai teacher's armory - shaming the kids on social media!

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punishment, armory, shaming

 

but hey, it's seems to have "done the trick"

 

what if one of them killed himself because he could not take the shame?  

 

 

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What a pack of woolly woofers (or maybe that should be willy  woofters) posting here, often showing their own lack of education with their spelling, doubtful grammar and sweeping generalities. 

 

If a Thai boy did not want to do the punishment he would tell the teacher same same as the Brit... but the Thais are not homophobic like the Brits.... and the video does not disclose how many boys were on garbage duty instead of the KAM (Kiss a Mate) square.

 

The poster who says "not to my son" clearly has bully and anger management issues...

 

I guess it is good to see the armchair critics awake so early in the morning, even if their brain is not yet engaged....

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Am I wrong, or does this violate computer crimes act, and also leaves teacher open for defamation? Or is that only for those who oppose government or powerful corporations?

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12 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The teacher had two M3

How can we call this uncultivated a teacher ???. Only in Thailand, the hub of fake teachers.

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Very creative! Not in teaching method but in punishment! What a shame!

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1 hour ago, Nowisee said:

punishment, armory, shaming

 

but hey, it's seems to have "done the trick"

 

what if one of them killed himself because he could not take the shame?  

 

 

"what if one of them killed himself because he could not take the shame?"

 

That happened a week or so ago, to a boy caught stealing money from his mates; he jumped over the balcony at school.  The Thai ego is so fragile, anything can happen with a flick of the switch.

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1 hour ago, wirat69 said:

What a pack of woolly woofers (or maybe that should be willy  woofters) posting here, often showing their own lack of education with their spelling, doubtful grammar and sweeping generalities. 

 

If a Thai boy did not want to do the punishment he would tell the teacher same same as the Brit... but the Thais are not homophobic like the Brits.... and the video does not disclose how many boys were on garbage duty instead of the KAM (Kiss a Mate) square.

 

The poster who says "not to my son" clearly has bully and anger management issues...

 

I guess it is good to see the armchair critics awake so early in the morning, even if their brain is not yet engaged....

Are you serious, you condone this abuse to a child and the plastering of their photo on the internet to further humiliate them?  You say those that don't support child abuse have anger management issues and are bullies.   My friend the bully is the teacher and the one with serious issues and those that support him.

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10 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

No teacher is supposed to post images of students on any social media platform. 

 

Though the story doesn't make clear who posted the footage. 

 

Nonetheless this pathetic excuse of a human being is unfit to work in the profession. 

 

 

Yep! When the teacher goes under the level of their pupils, it´s definately time for education.

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11 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

Anyone acting in this bs manner deserves no respect. 

I find 'Teacher Day' to be rather offensive - it's not enough to ask for respect, they expect you to grovel at their feet. Forced worship of false idols.

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1 hour ago, Borzandy said:

How can we call this uncultivated a teacher ???. Only in Thailand, the hub of fake teachers.

First you examine the role of the school. That is to provide clones fit to join a society. Clones of the society that exists, not the one you want. 

 

These people cannot be 'good people'. They don't have enough education to learn to manage school children properly - they simply mimic the antics of their predecessor. Instead of saying 'please, listen to the teacher so you can learn' they're more likely to say 'when you don't listen to me, you get insects crawling in your ears to fill up your skull which will eventually explode'.

 

They must be the same kind of corrupt people, smile to the parents and then once you're up on the school balcolny, behind a concrete wall, they start their subjugation. Start by pulling down the boys pants and laughing at their small Thai willies.

 

We don't call them 'Teacher'. We call them 'Thai Teacher'. Teachers are people we would aspire to emulate. Thai teachers are people we would like working in our sweatshop.

 

It's mostly an error in 'misdirection' - we must understand that  'Thai Police' are NOT police, and 'Thai Soldiers' are not soldiers.

 

Next up you'll be thinking you dip US soldiers into your boiled egg at breakfast!!!! Duh!~!!

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29 minutes ago, ben2talk said:

I find 'Teacher Day' to be rather offensive - it's not enough to ask for respect, they expect you to grovel at their feet. Forced worship of false idols.

I hate it when I attend these events. 

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Nothing good can come from this. Showing underage school children in provocative poses is beyond ridiculous.

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4 hours ago, HiSoLowSoNoSo said:

This country will always be in the dark ages with a school system like this.

The whole education system is really sad.
Many teachers also sell quite unashamedly
their after school lessons.
I know a case where, a teacher deliberately does not fully explain the math problems in the regular teaching time,
and says that students who want to have a good grade will get the stuff explained in her paid 
after school lessons.:post-4641-1156693976:
 

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