Ainee Fatima, a 27-year-old English and media studies teacher based out of Franklin Park, Illinois, shared a video of herself using her meme stickers to grade exams.

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In a follow-up post, Fatima explained that she makes the stickers herself and shared the template.

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Fatima said she made the stickers on the spur of the moment, although she'd been considering it for a while, as her 12th-grade students love memes.

"I was just grading and I was really frustrated, and in my head I was just like, I wish my kids could see my face my right now, because the answers they were writing were just incredibly wrong. So I was like, let’s print out some memes." Fatima said.

"So I had sticker paper handy, made a quick template on the computer with Confused Nick Young's face and some positive Gordon Ramsay memes and printed them out!"

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Fatima said that she wanted the memes to encourage learning and help erase the stigma that comes with a getting a bad grade on a test. She was happy to see that in action when she passed the graded exams back.

"They love memes — they try to bring them up in class any way they can," she said.

"I handed them back to the kids and immediately they were just laughing everywhere. It took a good couple of minutes to calm them down."

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The students did get regular marks, too. The stickers are just some added fun.

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