The internet has graced us with one creative professor’s attempt to keep his students on their toes. Photos of his extra credit questions on his exams have hit the internet and are hilarious.
My personal favourite is the pink pen one. Hey, he warned you!
No word on who the professor is, or what school you need to attend to get the job of learning from him but it’s great to see creative ways to engage students.
Anyone who has tried to balance parenting and being a student can tell you how hard it is. Figuring out childcare, finding time to study, time to be a present parent – it’s a lot of work. The stress of a babysitter canceling right before a big exam is one of the worst case scenarios. This is exactly what happened to Monica Romero, earlier this month.
Monica is an Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) student at the University … Keep Reading!!!
There’s one way to guarantee your pre-teen students will pay attention in class, strip! Yes, that’s what Ms Debby Heerkens decided to do when teaching her students about the human muscular and skeletal systems.
Don’t worry though, she had on specially designed spandex outfits underneath. Ms. Heerkens, who teaches in the Netherlands, got the idea when she saw someone wearing a novelty pair of leggings with the muscles on them.
Her students didn’t know what was going on. During … Keep Reading!!!
Cary Reed, the father of a 7-year-old student, is raising concerns about the notes a 4th grade teacher passed to his daughter. His daughter was new to the school and had not really made many friends, so she sat alone at recess.
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This fourth grade teacher was on the playground and had given up his lunch hour to play with the kids, which on the surface is commendable. But then she came home with a note from him that she
Well, this was a tear-jerker…
Bruce Farrer asks his high school classes to write 10-page letters to themselves. He then mails mails each letter back to the student 20 years later.… Keep Reading!!!