Education Through Entertainment

Happy 21st to Geoff as Mobile Ed Midwest Regional Manager

Posted on Mon, Jun 30, 2014

Mobile Ed Productions has reached it's 35th year, and Geoff Beauchamp has been a part of more than half of it! Starting as a performer in January of 1989, Geoff created Mobile Ed's The Living Lincoln, and is still one of our "Lincoln's" who brings The Living Lincoln into your school each year. Pretty good likeliness huh? 

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Ben Franklin School Assembly Rocks Indiana School

Posted on Fri, Apr 11, 2014

Here at Mobile Ed, we all know what a great performer David Mitchell is, but we often forget that not everyone is as aware of this as we are.

 David does several shows for us, including two great anti-bullying programs (Stronger Than a Bully and You've Got a Friend), as well as a super mathematics show called Imathimation and an awesome reading show called Reading! More Than Words!. But he is perhaps best known for the first show he brought to us, an absolutely perfect program about one of our Founding Fathers, Ben Franklin. The Ben Franklin show holds a special place in Dave's heart, and it shows every time he performs this masterpiece.

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On Being Lincoln – A Quarter Century of School Assemblies

Posted on Mon, Oct 14, 2013

I wasn't always Lincoln.

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The Gold Standard in School Assembly Programs

Posted on Wed, Sep 4, 2013

Mobile Ed has a lot of great performers. That is an understatement really! Mobile Ed has lots and lots of really amazing school show presenters! That is how we have not only remained in business for more than thirty years, but how we have led the world of school shows the entire time and are now the largest company in the country presenting high quality school assemblies in communities nationwide.

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Anti Bullying School Assembly Update – Fall Selling Out!

Posted on Fri, Jul 19, 2013


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Kentucky Invaded Again! (This Time With School Assemblies)

Posted on Tue, Aug 14, 2012

Today is an anniversary of an invasion that took place in Kentucky in 1862. Kentucky, of course, remained loyal to the Union during the Civil War, one of three “border states” (the other two being Missouri and Maryland) where slavery was legal and practiced before the war, but where the elected state governments did not vote to secede along with the rest of the South.

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Mobile Ed Visits Kentucky Administrators Conference (KASA)

Posted on Fri, Jul 13, 2012

Just a quick tip for our friends in Kentucky!

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Live Animals And Kentucky School Assemblies

Posted on Wed, Oct 26, 2011

These just came in and I wanted to share...

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1492 - Columbus Day and Native American School Assemblies

Posted on Thu, Oct 13, 2011

I have been reading a fascinating book lately, made even more pertinent by the passing this week of Columbus Day (did you notice? It was last Monday). 1492 - The Year The World Began -  by Felipe Fernandez Armesto details the myriad ways in which the world was changed by the voyage of Columbus and the European discovery of “the New World” It is a great book and one I highly recommend. Great stuff about all the changes the world experienced because of that voyage, many of which you might never have imagined. However, there is one area of change we all know a little about and that is the change wrought on the native population of North America by the arrival of Europeans.

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Ohio and Indiana History - School Assemblies in the Midwest

Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2011

All over the midwest, in states such as Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Illinois, part of the curriculum for intermediate grades involves teaching 3rd, 4th and 5th graders about the Native American tribes that lived in this part of the country before the Europeans arrived. There is nothing strange about this. All over the country it is standard for states to require children in this age range to learn the history of their own state. In the midwest states that is all wrapped up in the history and culture of the tribes that inhabited this area in the centuries before settlers began arriving from the eastern colonies of the early United States.

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