PHOTO: Rose Tata Wekesa clocks 62:33:34 setting a Guinness World Record for the longest science lesson taught by an individual

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Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Rose Tata Wekesa clocked 62:33:34 setting a Guinness World Record for the longest science lesson taught by an individual.


Kenyan educator Rose Tata Wekesa has set a new world record for the longest continuous science class ever taught by a single individual!

Rose, a teacher at St Austin Academy Lavington broke and set a new world record after she taught students continuously for 62 hours 33 minutes, and 34 seconds!

Do you guys understand how insane that is? Just talking for over 62 hours without any sleep. Tata had to conquer sleep and fatigue to achieve the glint victory. Speaking to Citizen Digital earlier, she acknowledged it was not an easy task.

“I have been working on building my endurance, I have a team behind me that has helped with the lesson plan. The past three days, I stayed awake for 44 hours to train my body to stay awake,” she said.

She added that the thought of imparting knowledge to younger generations still motivates her to work harder. Her advice to aspiring teachers is to blend their passion for a subject with patience for students.

Rose who spent the last close to 70 hours teaching Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, documented every stage of her journey on her social media accounts from the very beginning up until the final second when she finally gave into fatigue and concluded her lessons much to the jubilation of her students and colleagues who had gathered at the university to witness the historic moment. 
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