Cite this article as: Arunrangsiwed, P. (2020). Students exchanged their ID card for a key of classroom: Thailand. Retrieved from https://sw-eden.net/2020/01/01/students-exchanged-id-card-key-classroom
Students exchanged their ID card for a key of classroom
I taught 5 classes in this semester, and every class is occurred in the same room. This room is pretty good. I have never had any problem with computer and projector. The whole classroom is very clean. The officers who look after this room are very nice and polite. I also love that the room consists of 4 video cameras. If the students did not come to class, but they claimed that they came, I can check it. I could check if the students cheated or not. Moreover, sometimes, I forgot to check the attendance for a student. I could look at the recorded video to find out if the particular student actually came.
I would like to see the management systems of all other classrooms to be like this. The officers always open the room on time. The students do not need to use their student ID cards to exchange with the key and open the room by themselves. I love how the university has the service, that let the officers open the room for us.
The problem of other room I had used is that the students had to use their student ID cards to exchange the key to open the classroom. That way, if all students forget to bring their student ID card, no one would open the room. If the students who had student ID card came late, the teacher also needed to teach late. Moreover, the student who used her/his ID card to exchange with the key had to stay for entire class, even one finished one’s assignment and ready to go home. This is because one had to lock the room and bring the key to exchange desk in order to get one’s student ID card back.
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