The band OK GO are turning their music videos into educational tools after the announcement of a new partnership with University of St. Thomas.
The Grammy-winning band is known for their eye-catching visuals, and hopes to leverage this creativity to get kids excited about learning. Covering subjects like math, science and music, OK GO will be providing their music videos to teachers to help better engage children in the classroom. OK GO spent some time on St. Thomas campus to film some videos with the university's Playful Leaning Lab. Currently, the band is collaborating with over 600 educators to produce visually striking content that can help students get more excited than a standardized text book could.
Image credit: Ok Go
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Ok Go are Turning Their Music Videos into Educational Tools
- By: Ellen SmithMar 30, 2018