School sucks, right?
Some nerd with chalk tells you what's what, and it's like, ugh, when am I ever going to use this? So you retreat back to your phone. But what if Spider-Man was your teacher? I bet then you'd straighten up and fly right.
Moises Vazquez, a science teacher from Mexico City, is discovering just that. Apparently, students don't really give a shit when he teaches without a mask on, but as Spider-Man, people are stuck on his lessons. Inspired by an issue of Spider-Man, where the webslinger is a substitute teacher, Vazquez finds that the costume lightens the class mood and gets students more engaged in the lesson. Can't argue that.
I wish my teacher was Spider-Man. :(