Students of Matthew Weathers, a math teacher at Biola University in California, got the shock of their lives this past April 1st. Weathers pulled an epic stunt on his students where he seemed to ‘disappear’ into his computer screen.
Weathers was playing a video demonstration of himself on the projector explaining a trigonometry problem — but soon after, he called out the video for making mistakes and then started interacting with the video version of himself. The video version of Weathers said, “Why don’t you come over here and say that to my face?” Weathers then entered the computer screen, fought with his video counterpart and ended up stuck in the YouTube video himself! The ‘two’ teachers battled it out, throwing computer desktop icons at each other before the video version of Weathers appeared to trap the real-life Weathers inside the clip and walked out from behind the desktop screen.
Alongside his video, the prankster wrote: “I played a trick on my math class for April Fool’s Day. In this one, I’m showing a ‘homework help’ video that gets some trigonometry wrong. How embarrassing!”
Never thought there could be such a thing as a cool maths teacher – this is excellent – well worth the viewing 🙂 http://t.co/Zfj6J4toTs
— Andy Wright (@Only1AndyWright) April 4, 2015
Awesome Math Professor! If i had a teacher like this for Maths I wouldn’t have ignored this subject! http://t.co/FtxWZb8ekf
— Kritika Rawat (@KSR625) April 3, 2015
— Actor Trivia (@ActorTrivia) April 3, 2015
He’s a math teacher, of course his April Fool’s Day prank is brilliant. https://t.co/mwvCElULUx
— What’s Trending (@WhatsTrending) April 3, 2015
Okay this math teacher won April Fool’s Day. Those students are so lucky. XD https://t.co/F7ylb2Q2VA
— Nilah Magruder (@nilaffle) April 2, 2015
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