A semester student shot classes in physics under the guidance of a 69-year-old College Professor. He abruptly became a celebrity when the entire Internet saw the teacher approach to education and what methods it uses to make the students better assimilate the material.
David Wright teaches at the College of Virginia for 45 years. His specialty is physics, and the Professor knows how to make students interested in his beloved science.
Most of the students in Mr. Wright’s physics – not the core subject, but they are still thrilledfrom classes with this Professor in a great colored tie.
Wright is convinced that the wonders of science need to show clearly, so the audience he is fueling the fire, lying on a bed of nails and preparing ice cream with liquid nitrogen.
His student from the second year film what does a Professor of physics and posted to Twitter. What was the surprise of the girl when her videos have garnered nearly 23 million views!
“Everyone should see this video collage that shows all the crazy things that my Professor in physics was doing this semester. He was already 70, and he still continues to do this for us.”
People were in awe of Professor Wright, and someone even noticed that he resembles Rick from “Rick and Morty”.
“Damn, I SO much appreciate such teachers. Those who really works in order to make things fun and interactive, you’ll never forget.”
“This dude is like the real Rick from “Rick and Morty”.
“Here is a man who truly loves to teach other people.”
“So much energy and enthusiasm. I’m sure I would have learned and memorized any information. That’s how you inspire future generations”.
“May he live forever.”
“He really lives in his 70 years. And we are all already dead at 22”.
Once the counter hits on the video began to grow, the student sent a letter to Mr. Wright, where he told what had happened. Professor of physics said so touching that there is a world of words to describe it. He wrote to her:
“Thank you so much that you told me about it. This semester was great because I had great students.”
Mr. Wright also commented on his sudden popularity BuzzFeed News.
Usually I was hoping that I could reach people. I believe that my mission in life is to inspire people with science, so it remains relevant, striking and fun. I always did it in his classes, but never expected to do the same thing on the same scale. Maybe someone will see this video and think, “Oh, I really need to learn physics and to learn more about these wonderful things that happen there”.
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