Teacher in India apologizes after video of him threatening to beat student over her BTS fandom goes viral
- A video of a teacher in India has gone viral for showing his aggressive verbal tirade toward a BTS fan.
- Siddhartha Mishra, a teacher from the online education platform “Physicswallah,” ridiculed a student after she asked in the live chat if any of her peers like BTS.
- In the video, which was posted on Monday, Mishra can be heard saying, “If you don’t eat food, BTS would not come to your house to feed you.”
- He also says that if the student were not a girl, he would have grabbed her collar and slapped her so that she would not be able to say BTS.
- ARMY was quick to condemn Mishra, who later posted an apology on his Instagram saying he took his comments too far.
A video of a teacher in India went viral for showing his aggressive verbal tirade toward a BTS fan.
Siddhartha Mishra, a teacher from the online education platform Physicswallah, grew irate after a female student asked in a live chat if her peers like BTS, prompting many other students to respond.
- A physics teacher in northwest China was fired on Saturday after punching a 15-year-old student in the face for not paying attention.
- Following the attack, the teacher took the student to a local hospital where he received 16 stitches for cuts that resulted from his glasses being shattered on his face.
- The teacher has reportedly beaten other students in the past.
- The case has been reported to the local police and is now under investigation.
A physics teacher in China who believed a 15-year-old teen was not paying attention punched the student so hard that his glasses shattered and severely cut his face, requiring 16 stitches.
The teacher at Yuangzhu Middle School in Yulin of northwest China was fired on Saturday after punching the student, Geng, in both the face and chest, reported the South China Morning Post. After the attack, the teacher reportedly took Geng to a local hospital where he received 16 stitches due to several cuts from his shattered glasses, including sutures for a 2-centimeter laceration near his lower eyelid.
Bulletproof backpacks and tourniquets: First-grade teacher shares plan for protecting her students during shooting
- Kelsey Vidal, a first-grade teacher in Pittsburg, California, went viral on TikTok for sharing the contents of her active shooter survival backpack in the wake of last week’s Texas elementary school shooting.
- In one of her viral videos, Vidal shows “tools I would use to keep my students safe,” which include a bulletproof vest, metal plates, tourniquets and medical-grade scissors.
- Besides the bulletproof backpack, Vidal has a metal bat at the ready. She also has a long metal bar in case she needs to barricade her classroom's door.
- "This is called the barracuda," Vidal says, holding the long metal bar in one video. “I actually put this on my wishlist my very first year of teaching along with crayons, books, that kind of stuff."
An Asian American teacher has recently gone viral on TikTok after sharing the contents of her active shooter survival backpack in the wake of last week’s Texas elementary school shooting.
Kelsey Vidal, a first-grade teacher in Pittsburg, California, created the emergency backpack to protect herself and her students in the event of an active shooting.
- A teacher from Ordos city in Inner Mongolia is being praised online and called a “dream maker” for creating a video in which he transforms into Ultraman because his students are fans of the popular Japanese children’s show.
- The video, which he shared with his class of 3- and 4-year-old children, showed the teacher, identified by his surname Yang, transforming into the giant monster-fighting superhero.
- “I incorporated my thoughts into the video and recorded myself transforming into Ultraman to save the preschool. Our school buildings were the backdrop,” Yang said. “The kids were having a great time watching the video, and they kept asking me how to fight the monsters.”
- Yang had followed bloggers who specialized in making transformation videos and asked for advice on how to make one.
A Chinese teacher is winning the hearts of social media users for dressing up as Ultraman in a short video he showed to his students.
In an interview with Chinese news platform Wutong video, the teacher, identified only by his surname Yang, said he shared the video he created with his class of 3- and 4-year-old children in Ordos city in Inner Mongolia on April 20, reported South China Morning Post.
Taiwanese teacher pissed off over inattentive students does what other teachers can only dream of doing
A Taiwanese teacher went viral on TikTok after a video was uploaded of her flipping tables inside her classroom during what appears to be an emotional outburst following the reopening of classes.
About the video: The viral clip shows the teacher, who is in her 30s, taking out her frustration on several desks in a high school in Taichung on Sept. 13, according to AsiaOne.
A fallen teacher in Texas is being honored on social media for remaining committed to his work a day before passing away.
Alejandro Navarro, a math teacher at Del Rio Middle School who was born on March 20, 1954, in Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, was still finalizing grades for progress reports when he was brought to the emergency room last week.
Ian Francis Manga is a 22-year-old teacher in the Philippines’ Bulacan province but is often mistaken for being a student himself.
With his short height and baby face, he is often mistaken as an elementary student instead of being part of the faculty at Mater El-Roi School Inc., a private school in San Jose Del Monte City.
A teacher at a Catholic school in Edmonton, Canada, has been charged with sexual assault which involved one of her students in 2016.
Alyssa Tungul, a 29-year-old former teacher at H.E. Beriault Catholic Junior High in west Edmonton, is facing one count each of sex assault, sexual counsel of a child under the age of 16 years and having sexual contact with a child.
A primary school teacher in south-central Thailand has gone viral on the internet for welcoming students to her classroom in the most heartwarming and fun ways.
While most schools in the country — as well as its Asian neighbors — typically require students to address their teachers formally, Nattaya Nat, 25, connects with her pupils warmly.
A middle school teacher in southern China has been suspended after assaulting two male students in front of the class.
The incident occurred during an evening self-study session at Xuanwei No. 9 Middle School in Yunnan province on April 13, Beijing Time reported.
A couple in China were touched at their wedding after a former teacher returned a love letter that he had once confiscated from them.
The teacher, who has not been identified, took the letter from the groom back in high school, according to Sohu News.
A northern Taiwan teacher has been hailed as the island’s “hottest teacher” after her photos in class went viral on social media.
Cheng Jhia-wen, 28, studies law at Chinese Culture University in Taipei and teaches an elective called knowledge-based economy and intellectual property at the Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology in neighboring Taoyuan.