Armed with an iPhone, instagram live, and some of his laboratory equipment, high school chemistry teacher Jonte Lee started broadcasting  from his home kitchen:

To support students learning from home, for the past two weeks, I turned my kitchen into a chemistry lab. I presented two lessons on Instagram Live that were not just for my students but for any student who wants to learn. Thank you @melscience for the chemistry kits and lesson articles. School: @lifeofacoolidgecolt

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TEACHING: To support students learning from home, for the past two weeks, I turned my kitchen into a chemistry lab. I presented two lessons on Instagram Live that were not just for my students but for any student who wants to learn. Thank you @melscience for the chemistry kits and lesson articles. School: @lifeofacoolidgecolt ————————————————— #blackmen #education #black365 #teach #lead #kids #blackmenteach #education #blackmen #education #black365 #teach #blackmenteach #blackmaleeducator #teachersofinstagram #iloveteaching #teacher ##blackeducatorsrock #blackteachers #teaching #stem #stemeducation #teachersofinstagram #scienceteacher #followforfollowback #TeachersOfInstagram #TeacherLife #teachersfollowteachers #teachersfollowingteachers #teachersforteachers #distancelearning #learningfromhome #homelearning #chemistry

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Location: Washington, D.C., USA
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