Teachers Create Rap Video To Help Kids Adjust To COVID-19 and Virtual Learning


August 23, 2020

Georgia school teachers Audrianna Williams and Callie Evans made a rap video to set a positive tone as students navigate their way through the COVID-19 pandemic and a new virtual year of learning.

The video has racked up more than 250,000 views on social media.  The teachers rap about wearing masks, social distancing, logging on to learn and anxiety and fears to the original lyrics set to the tune of Jack Harlow’s “What’s Poppin.”

Great school teachers make an effort to meet their student’s needs by connecting with them.  That’s what these teacher have done.  Take a look.

Dr. Quentin J. Lee, Alabama principal, sings a rap song about COVID-19 to MC Hammer’s classic hit of “U Can’t Touch This.” As we are all getting ready to go back to school, take a break and enjoy this parody!

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