Teacher Hailed for Spoiling Students Who Do Well With Money, Peeps React: “God Bless You Abundantly”

Teacher Hailed for Spoiling Students Who Do Well With Money, Peeps React: “God Bless You Abundantly”

  • A teacher recently had social media users thinking about going back to school after sharing the method she uses to reward her top-performing students
  • She shared a video showing the money she gave to her students after marking their test papers
  • Social media users loved the criteria the teacher uses to motivate her top-performing students

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Gone are the days when students get a star in their books after performing exceptionally well in exams.

Teacher spoils students with money
A teacher has been praised for giving her top-performing students some money. Image: @koniesharon
Source: TikTok

A teacher showed how she gets her students to remain competitive by sharing a short video of money attached to their papers.

Teacher uses money to motivate students who do well on tests

Taking to her TikTok page, a teacher with the username @konesharon shared a short clip showing the money she gave the students who did very well.

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The proud teacher said she uses the method to "spoil" the students who do very well. The clip showed the test papers with money, from R100 to R50 attached to them.

Video of teacher who rewards top performing students with money goes viral

Social media users wished they could go back to school after watching the now-viral video. Some said the teacher was doing a good job by motivating her students while others said she shouldn't 'bribe' them to work hard.

@Rebaone Phithi said:

"Nothing motivates a person like money...what a concept! ."

@I’lldoittomorrow commented:

"the teacher I've been looking for all my life."

@Dr.Matthew wrote:


@hlophe072 added:

"all schools would have 100% pass rate when spoilt like that ."

@neolks noted::

"how do I tag my teachers?"

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@Chantelle Nothabo❤️ wrote:

"As a teacher, I feel pressured."

@MyZuh ❤️ said:

"when we do this, colleagues try to discourage us saying its just the matter of time ."

@mcNugget wrote:

"these reminds me of my Favorite venda teacher she even bought presents on my parent's wedding ❤."

@Sup’jesicaaaaa noted::

"Where have you been my whole primary/high school career???."

@Thembeka Cebekhulu added:

"I love these kinds of teachers they make learning more fun and give you a reason to work hard❤️❤️."

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Privie Kandi (Entertainment Editor) Privilege Kandi is an entertainment news editor (joined Briefly in 2022). A Journalism and Mass Communication graduate from the Christian College of Southern Africa (2016), she has been in the arts and entertainment industry for six years. Privie has worked for the Zimbabwe International Film and Festival Trust as a communications officer and a writer and TV producer for lifestyle and entertainment channel CME TV. She passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at privie.kandi@briefly.co.za.

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