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Spontaneous Song in US Government May 24, 2011

Posted by Wendy Wolfe in Friday Five, On Teaching, Web 2.0.
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It was a first. We were working quietly in the computer lab on Friday afternoon, well, that wasn’t the first time I had ever experienced quiet in the lab, but then…  One of my students had a YouTube music stream playing quietly in the background. Nobody was really paying attention, or so I thought, and then, spontaneous song. Jamming, grooving, and singing. A strong majority of my students. Sort of like an audio flash mob. It was a great way to end a day, and the week for that matter.  The song?  Rolling in the Deep, of course.

One of my students said, “I sort of want to take out my phone and get a video of this one.”  It really was great.

YouTube, where would we be without you?

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