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Biology Teacher Has A Different Way of Teaching the Human Body to Her Students

Biology Teacher Has A Different Way of Teaching the Human Body to Her Students

Usually, when a teacher starts to rip off her clothes in front of her students, it’s time to either a) call the police, or b) pause the dirty video and start doing something productive. With Debby Heerkens, a biology teacher in the Netherlands, however, it means that it’s time to start taking notes. She came up with a memorable way to teach her students about the structure of the human body – standing up on her desk and stripping off her clothes to reveal a spandex suit illustrated with organs, muscles, and underneath that, a spandex suit of bones. Hart got the idea after seeing a female student walking around with similar leggings, and after finding them online, she asked the school’s director if it was okay to implement her great idea into her lecture.

Here’s Ms. Heerkens teaching her students about organs:

Biology Teacher Has A Different Way of Teaching the Human Body to Her Students

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