Jan 282015
Teachers And Students Dance To Uptown Funk

This isn’t the first time a school has gone viral with a one-take music video, but rarely do the teachers get involved. That’s what makes this new video by A. Maceo Smith New Tech High School in Dallas, Texas so awesome. Theatre Arts teacher Scot Pankey and his students put on an epic performance of the new funky tune Uptown Funk that is guaranteed to make you smile. The video already has amassed over 4 million hits in two days


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Nov 262014
The Ten Commandments Of The Cafeteria

Bryan Starr visited his alma mater, the Kentucky Christian University, and teamed up with the Food Service General Manager to make this humorous video about the cafeteria. As they go to a religious school, they cover the Ten Commandments of the cafeteria that most people can appreciate. Just because you’re eating in a cafeteria doesn’t mean you can make a mess and break all the rules of common decency. Their video has gone viral with over half a million views!


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Nov 202014
Second Graders React To Realistic Lammily Doll

Back in March, Nickolay Lamm introduced his ambitious idea for a doll that was based on reality instead of fantasy. He and his team created Lammily, a doll based on the real proportions of a normal, human girl. Now that Lammily is finally here, he brought the new doll to St. Edmund’s Academy and showed her to group of second graders to see what kids think. They love her!


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Oct 182014
Ian McKellen Explains What Will Happen If Students Don’t Revise Properly

Every student is worried about passing their tests and classes. When Sir Ian McKellen came to visit Chew Valley School, students quickly crowded around the window of the library where the famous actor was. To appease their excitement, Ian explained to the giddy kids, “If you don’t do your revision properly, do you know what will happen? You Shall Not Pass!”

Naturally, the Web is getting a kick out of this video which already has over a quarter million hits!


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Oct 172014
Misconceptions You Learned In School

School is where everyone learns basic facts about history, math, and reading. But not all teachers are perfect. Actually, many schools have been proliferating complete misconceptions. Elliot Morgan tears down a few common misconceptions learned in schools in this new video


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