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In today’s episode we speak to Edjacent designer Jared Fritzinger. Jared was on our pub talk episode (way back in episode 14) so you’ve met him before. I suppose this now makes him a “Friend of the pod” as they say in the podcasting world. Whenever I get a chance to talk with Jared, we always talk for hours about so many things. In our conversation shared over the next few episodes we talk about capstone projects, sustainability, using cooking oil as fuel, punk rock, independent record labels, and why educators should be treated as artists. But for today’s episode we get to know Jared a little better as he shares his teacher story and introduces us to the eighth-grade capstone experience.
You can contact Jared on Twitter @jaredfritzinger
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The podcast artwork was created by Phaedra.
Opening and closing music is by Bryan Boyko.
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