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Teacher with Unique Hand-Drawn Bulletin Boards Earns Praise for Creative Work

Teachers across the world try to make sure that their classrooms are interesting to ensure that their students enjoying being in class and could learn a lot of things even during their free time. Different teachers have different ways of achieving this, but the ultimate goal is the same: making the classroom better to promote learning.

Recently, a teacher from Tandag, Surigao del Sur went viral for the unique hand-drawn bulletin boards he made in his classroom.

Photo credit: Kenn Joseph Louie Cabrera / Facebook

Kenn Joseph Louie Cabrera earned praise for his creative work as he made a different drawing for each of the subjects his students take up.

Photo credit: Kenn Joseph Louie Cabrera / Facebook

Using smaller cut ups of the usual board that teachers use in school, Cabrera had frames made for each subject. A bit similar to what you might see in restaurants to showcase the menu, the bulletin boards in Cabrera’s classroom represented one subject each.

Photo credit: Kenn Joseph Louie Cabrera / Facebook

While many teachers choose to use printouts and colorful visual aids on their bulletin boards, Cabrera made use of his talent to draw the bulletin boards with just chalk – he even used just the regular white chalk even if there are other colors available these days.

But his bulletin boards still draw much attention, especially because of their unique presentation.

Photo credit: Kenn Joseph Louie Cabrera / Facebook

Each of the bulletin boards showed the class’ current lessons in the particular subject. For example, Math showed place values and how to round off numbers while Science featured physical and chemical changes as well as the 5Rs for a cleaner environment.

Photo credit: Kenn Joseph Louie Cabrera / Facebook

In Filipino, pangngalan and panghalip were showed while the bulletin board for Araling Panlipunan had directions plus the location of the Philippines on the map.

Photo credit: Kenn Joseph Louie Cabrera / Facebook

Using drawings and words, Cabrera made these bulletin boards look more interesting for his students. This truly earned him much praise from netizens, with many giving him props for his creativity.

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