Education Through Entertainment
Today, April 25, is ANZAC Day. You probably do not know what this means, so let me explain.
2012 is shaping up to be a truly great year for science assembly programs! The pioneer in this field, Mobile Ed already leads the pack with 12 different awesome school shows covering the science fields of Astronomy, Geography, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science and Natural Science. We already announced that two of those programs - Chemistry! It Really Matters! and Forces and Motion will be starting out the 2012-2013 school year completely refreshed and renewed with exciting new props, experiments and an awesome new performer. Now we have news for you of a super cool totally new science assembly program joining our team for 2012.
Many years ago, back in the murky primordial days of school assemblies, when Mobile Ed Productions and a few others first began introducing schools to the joy of school science assemblies, it was quite a breakthrough concept. Used to magic shows and clowns and rope twirlers, schools readily embraced the new idea that a school assembly could be more than just an entertaining diversion. And, in truth, many of the school shows available back then were good shows (though a lot were not!), but they were just entertaining. They did little at all to advance the educational goals of schools.