Pavlo Viktor, a science teacher in Odesa, Ukraine, started posting his lectures on YouTube for absent students. He never expected the videos to gain millions of views beyond his classroom.
For five years, he has been recording the videos for the students of the secondary and high school, and now he has more than 167,000 subscribers and more than 8 million of the views.
The story of Viktor has begun with the Skype-conferences for the absent children but later he decided to learn technologies. Also, the leadership of the lyceum, where he works, decided to support a teacher and bought professional equipment for his broadcasts.
Today, despite the unbelievable popularity of the content, Pavlo Viktor refuses to monetize his channel as he thinks that the education should be free.
Read the original article at Radio Liberty.