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No one raised their hands, let alone told him they wanted to leave this class. In fact, they were actually afraid that Theo expelled them from his class.
No one was saying it, but they were begging Theo to not kick them in their hearts.
Since no one bothered to ask, Theo simply continued his lesson and left them again. Now that the students knew what they should do, they immediately went straight to their own destination.
Meanwhile, Theo returned to the teacher's room where they were planning to hold the meeting.
Of course, since Theo finished his class four hours early, no one was in the class when he reached there.
He simply waited for them.
After a few hours, the teacher soon came one by one with serious expressions.
They gathered here to discuss the transfer students. But of course, the story about Theo's students asking other classes to teach them had reached their ears, so they couldn't help but look at Theo, wondering if he planned to explain anything.
Theo remained calm the whole time until Ruby sat next to him and asked, "Mr. Ary. I heard that your students are going to other classes to learn from them…"
Theo glanced at her and said, "Yes. I'm just giving them the opportunity. Since the system has allowed them to transfer, shouldn't I give them the opportunity to know more about other teachers so that they know what kind of class they're getting into?"
"That's…" Ruby wanted to refute it with all her might since a teacher should have pride as a teacher, but Theo didn't seem to have any problem getting his students snatched from him. So, she couldn't say anything.
The timing couldn't be more perfect as they heard the annoying voice again.
"Can't you see that he is throwing them away? He doesn't have the ability to teach, so he leaves them to their own devices. What an irresponsible teacher." Eric's voice echoed as the person entered the room with a smug smile on his face.
"As expected of Mr. Eric… His teaching is so great that his students won't leave him." Theo sarcastically snorted.
"You're just jealous of my ability. You don't have anything you can be proud of." Eric harrumphed. He didn't bother to look at anyone else since he had a person to bully.
"Since you're so proud of your ability, do you want to bet?" Theo smirked. "If the number of my students transferring to another class is bigger than you, then I will do anything you want.
"If the number of students who want to transfer classes is less than you, you only have one thing. Just kneel before me." Theo smirked."Hmph. Who do you think you are? Are you even qualified to bet with me?"
"Don't tell me you're afraid? I guess you're only bluffing the entire time." Theo chuckled. "You can only flaunt your affiliation. Even your level comes from your affiliation. You don't even have a real skill to teach your students."
"You…" Eric gritted his teeth. As expected of a fool, Eric couldn't hold back his anger and accepted the provocation. "Fine! If I win, I'm going to make you a cripple."
"Sure." Theo smiled while shrugging.
The people couldn't believe what they had just witnessed. The bet was truly extreme. They wanted to stop them, but the deal had been made before they could even say anything.
And it didn't take too long for the military personnel to come in to discuss their performance.
"Thanks for participating in this meeting. We'll cover three things in this meeting: a story of a certain teacher, the curriculum, and the transfer system.
"First of all, I'd like to ask Mr. Ary… Is the rumor correct? Are you letting your students learn from other classes?"
"Yes," Theo admitted without hesitation.
"…" He was confused for a moment. "This can be considered abandoning your own students, Mr. Ary. I don't know what kind of education you had previously, but you need to teach your students."
"I have taught them for two hours and allowed them to ask me anything for the next four hours. I believe that's enough." Theo explained.
"I said this earlier, but I simply allowed them to experience other teachers so that they knew the teachers before moving to another class. Besides, by giving them a lot of free time, they can use them for training. No matter what you say, teaching twenty students is hard and it would be harder to keep track of their progress. They have to know about their own strength and develop it. And when they're stuck, they can come to me. That's the reason for my action."
The guy couldn't refute it since Theo had given four hours for them to ask anything to him. It should be enough. He just worried that the students didn't get enough information. But that could be seen from their record later, so he ended up dropping the topic.
"If that's the case, let's continue to the second topic. Let's talk about the curriculum. We're experiencing a problem with the new curriculum.
"There are two main problems. Since there are a lot of things for them to learn in this harsh world, we're having trouble allocating their study time. Five Aspects are the most time consuming, so I'd like to ask other teachers about your take on their study time. Just imagine the students learning what other classes taught at the same time. Do you think they can keep up with the rest?"
Theo was the first one to answer this question. "Haven't you got the answer from me?"
"Huh…" The guy was confused for a moment before realizing what he meant. "So, you shorten the lesson because you are preparing them to learn about other things as well? And you even consider their free time to practice."
Theo nodded. "In this case, we can see which one has the determination to get stronger and which one will be stuck in the current phase forever."
"This…" The military guy was surprised, never thinking this far from Theo's system.
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