A teacher who received an “A+” rating on her video-sharing website has earned a “Tricky” badge from a website that features the same teacher.
The video-streaming site, TrickyOldTeacher, uses a rating system to determine how well a teacher is doing in her role.
This is different from a traditional grading system where the teacher is graded on how well she performs in class.
TrickyOldTuesdays teacher, who is a member of the Kupangas tribe, received an A- rating on the site.
Her teacher is a white female teacher with a dark complexion and black hair, according to her profile on the website.
The rating indicates the teacher’s performance in class is good.
“She’s a good teacher,” the rating said.
“A+ is her ‘tricky’ rating.
The ‘trick’ part of the rating is to not give out too many ‘tricks’ or ‘jokes’,” the website said.
Trick, a term for a teacher who gives out too much information, is a slang term for giving out too little.
Trickle, a slang word for a bad teacher, is also a term that comes from the slang term.
The teacher’s profile has an image of her on a desk with her arm wrapped around a table, with a large “A” icon next to it.
Her avatar is wearing a red dress and brown socks.
TrickingOldTeachers profile says she has been teaching since 2002.
She is a “tutoring and learning teacher” and has taught at several schools in the Kumangas Nation.
In 2015, she was named as a member the International Teacher of the Year by the Australian School Teachers’ Association.
The Kupangs are the largest indigenous group in Papua New Guinea, but the traditional way of life has been changing over time, according a report by the New South Wales Government’s education department.
Topics:education,education-industry,teaching,tutored-learning,australiaFirst posted March 04, 2019 18:57:22Contact Julie AthertonMore stories from New South Britain