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Jennifer, one of Miss Baker’s students, wrote a blog post about Malaria and, for that occasion, she also wrote and composed a song, then she filmed herself singing it and posted the video on YouTube:
Not your grandparents’ Biology class….
Bravo Jennifer! Simply beautiful.
(Is Miss Baker accepting post-bacs?)
This is great! I LOVE it!
Richard Tren, director of Africa Fighting Malaria will be my guest on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com at 5 PM New York time Tuesday March 3.
Please go to http//www.garybaumgaten.com to talk to him.
Oops sorry. That’s http://www.garybaumgarten.com (Can’t spell my own name!)
Nice to see someone try this. Seems to be a theme lately!
Have to say, though, that I really wish there were an option to place the lyrics on the screens for people’s whose hearing is less than perfect. Not her fault, just what I get for having a hearing loss.
You can find the lyrics to her song over on her blog!
Beautiful! let’s twitt it (@novoseek)
With your great inspiration on your students, Miss Baker, you are my idol
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