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REFLECTION ON TEDTALK

by MARIA ELOISA FAMORCAN

Pages 2 and 3 of 6

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The constant refrain we hear is, "Teaching is the noblest profession." According to Merriam Webster, 'noble' refers to possessing outstanding
qualities, often associated with greatness, illustriousness, or fame. Teaching
is deemed the noblest profession because it shapes and molds individuals,
guiding them towards achieving remarkable goals in life. In essence, teaching
serves as the foundation for all other professions. However, despite this lofty
characterization of teaching, many educators in the field lose their passion
due to various factors. Some start off with great enthusiasm but soon find
their motivation waning.
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One significant factor contributing to this loss of passion is the system itself, where teachers often lack a voice to express their opinions. Despite being on the frontlines, their perspectives are not adequately acknowledged, and they are often constrained by the directives in Deped Memoranda. This can be disheartening and demotivating for teachers.

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