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In today’s episode, we finish our conversation with Jamie Kurowski, one of Edjacent’s designers. This is a great conversation where we look ahead to the things that we would like to change, and we talk about helping teachers to be brave.
I think I’m going to take Jamie’s advice this semester and be ok when things are not perfect, to be brave, and to reflect as much as possible.
If you want to see Jamie’s work, go to www.shemakes.art .
We also recently persuaded Jamie to open a twitter account, so go ahead and follow her @jlskt to stay up to date with all that she does.
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