Saturday, December 16, 2017

FEU Institute of Technology Professor Goes Viral Because of his Beautiful Handwriting

Writing has a very long history. It began as simple pictographs drawn on a rock, which were then combined to represent ideas and developed into more abstract symbols. Just like our writing today, early symbols were used to store information and communicate it to others.

Legible writing that can be produced comfortably, at speed and with little conscious effort allows a child to attend to the higher-level aspects of writing composition and content. This is important when assessments are based on written work, particularly in time-limited written examinations, which remain as a major form of assessment for many formal qualifications. Without fast and legible handwriting, students may miss out on learning opportunities and under-achieve academically.Writing on a whiteboard makes it harder, yet this school teacher writes with unimaginable accuracy. A ton of men don't generally mind what their penmanship resembles. They'd somewhat race through work, finishing it with chaotic penmanship, and afterward get onto some other, more enjoyable task.
Girls, on the other hand, might want their work to be neater, so, therefore, would spend some time making sure their handwriting is neat and looks nice.

In recent years, modern technology has dramatically changed the way we communicate through writing. However, despite the increased use of computers for writing, the skill of handwriting remains important in education, employment and in everyday life. Time devoted to the teaching and learning of letter formation in the early years will pay off.

However, this male college professor breaks stereotypes after pictures of his handwriting on a whiteboard went viral. As seen in the photos, the college professor’s penmanship and drawings are done with incredible detail and precision.

While writing on a whiteboard is harder for some people, he makes it look like a piece of cake! Facebook user Caleb Bañares says the unnamed professor was actually teaching at the Far Eastern University (FEU) Institute of Technology. As of this article’s writing, the post has garnered 20,000 likes and 20,615 shares.

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