The teacher teaches anatomy while wearing a full-body suit that shows the human body in great detail

Does that one teacher come to mind? Who was concerned? Who was always trying? That teacher is Verónica Duque. The 43-year-old teacher recently tried something new to get her students more interested. She taught an anatomy class while wearing a full-body suit that showed how the human body is put together in great detail.

Verónica told Bored Panda, "I've been a teacher for 15 years now." "I teach art, English, Spanish, and natural and social sciences."

Verónica is a third-grade teacher, always looking for ways to make her lessons more engaging. "I was browsing the Internet when an ad for an AliExpress swimsuit popped up. Knowing that it's hard for young kids to picture where organs are in their bodies, I thought it was worth a shot.




When her husband Michael tweeted pictures from the lesson, Verónica went viral immediately. The tweet got over 65,000 likes and 14,000 comments, making her a symbol of creativity and hard work. But she's not done yet. Verónica can surprise her students in many ways.

"I decided a long time ago to teach history with masks," she said. "I'm also teaching my students about nouns, adjectives, and verbs by having them wear cardboard crowns. Different grammar lands."

"I'd like people to stop thinking of teachers as lazy, bureaucratic government workers. We're not, for sure."


When people saw Verónica in her suit, many brought up Slim Goodbody.

Slim Goodbody is a costumed character made by John Burstein. He has been fighting for children's health for over forty years. At the moment, millions of children watch his shows on Discovery Education. His live shows travel to theaters all over the US. Each year, they reach tens of thousands of children. Slim also wrote fifty books for kids. Parent's Choice, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, and the World Health Organization all gave him awards for his work.

People really respect Verónica’s dedication

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