Proud Mom Flexes ‘Average’ Grades of Her Son ‘Tumaas ng kunti’

Proud Mom Posts ‘Average’ Grades of Her Son

A proud mom has shared the photo of her beloved son’s report card featuring his mediocre or average grades.

Grades are an integral part of a student’s academic journey. They are used to measure a student’s progress and academic achievement, and are often seen as a key indicator of future success.

While grades are important, it’s also important to understand their limitations and their role in a student’s overall development. Grades are typically based on a combination of assignments, exams, and class participation.

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They provide feedback to students on their academic performance, and serve as a tool for teachers to evaluate their teaching methods and curriculum. Good grades can boost a student’s confidence and motivation, and open up opportunities for scholarships, internships, and other academic achievements.

Recently, Marie Jean Jumawan, a Facebook user, has posted a photo of her son’s report card displaying his grades for the first and second quarter of the school year. The post has been widely shared on social media.

The photo reveals that the student has made progress in all subjects during the second quarter, with his lowest grade being ’82’ in Edukasyon Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan, and his highest grade being ’97’ in Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao.

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Grades are an important aspect of a student’s academic journey, but they are not the only measure of a student’s potential. Teachers, parents, and students should strive to understand the limitations of grades, and focus on developing a well-rounded approach to education that fosters a love for learning, personal growth, and social development.

Here is the full post:

Tumaas ng kunti

#Grades ni Jr

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