Teachers Should Not Use Facebook Likes for Points-Rating

Teachers Should Not Use Facebook Likes for Points-Rating

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Jessica Maevene Rumpon started this petition to Students of different levels of education.

Some of the teachers of the present generation use the Facebook application to rate their students' projects or requirements through the number of likes, shares or reactions of the netizens. This kind of requirement is inappropriate and sometimes inaccessible for students. 
Teachers should think beyond that not all students can acquire internet or an equipment to use. Not all of them are capable of getting high scores due to the fact that some of them are maybe introvert, not used to socializing. The popular ones are most likely to get high scores, unfortunately, the less sociable students' scores are at stake. It plays a high level of unfair treatment. 
Teachers must implement projects that will not require the students to access the Facebook application just for the sake of getting a lot of reactions from the public. Teachers should totally not give tasks like these to their students. 

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