Nigerian-American filmmaker and education advocate Zuriel Oduwole, was delighted to visit the Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta, Georgia which was labelled the best school in the world by Oprah Winfrey due to their contemporary style of teaching. The 16-year-old sensation was invited as a guest to speak at the school and to show her latest film.
Teachers from different countries in the world are said to have visited the school in order to learn their style of teaching.
According to the schools website, the academy is a model school with a vision to transform classrooms around the world by demonstrating transformative methods and techniques that are embraced and replicated everywhere.
Zuriel took to her social media page to share her experience in the school which she says is the coolest in the world. Read below;
The Worlds Coolest School - I went to visit the Ron Clark Academy two days ago, in Atlanta Georgia. Oprah Winfrey called it the best school in the world, because of how they have changed teaching. It was a true honor for me to speak there, and to show my newest film Follow The Ball.
You have to visit their website to see what I mean. Guess what, teachers from more than 22 countries have gone there to see how they do it. I had a great time, and we had a lot of fun, while sharing my story with the students and teachers.