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?
Education Through Entertainment
Last Friday Mobile Ed performer Thomas Johnson, known to many of you by his mime name of Toma, had a really unique opportunity.
As mentioned earlier, we had a booth at the Ohio Association of Elementary School Principals conference in Sandusky, Ohio this week. We had a great time and just wanted to give an update on how things turned out.
Time again for the annual Ohio Association of Elementary School Principal’s conference!
Television technology has become an intrinsic and indisputably important part of our lives. Computers, the internet and video are on a collision course with each other and with our future. The adults of tomorrow will need to know and understand this technology in ways most of us do not, and they will need to be able to make use of the fusion between these areas in new and creative ways as they roll through the world they are inheriting. So it is important that they be introduced to some of the basics at an early point in their development that they are then able to determine the degree they may wish to delve into these brave new worlds as they progress toward career choices.
Just a refresher today to keep you up to speed on the comings and goings of some of our great school assembly performers. Seems like a lot of our best Midwest school show presenters were in other parts of the country in October, but they are all coming back to the Midwest in time for Thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays.
Today’s news is sad. In Zanesville, Ohio a variety of wild animals, from lions and cheetahs to grizzly bears, were released from their enclosures and having then ventured out into the countryside are now being shot dead by authorities.
So you suddenly find yourself in the position of needing a school assembly. Oh, no! What do you do?
In the world of science assemblies, Jon Oliver is probably the most hardworking performer around! Operating primarily in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana, Jon also travels periodically to the east Coast to perform his school science shows. He covers a lot of miles every year shuttling back and forth.