In today’s episode, we share the final part of my conversation with Edjacent designer Jared Fritzinger. We’ve been talking about Capstone projects, and the ecobus in particular. Today we will conclude by investigating the idea of educators as artists. I always enjoy chatting with Jared, and we talk about so many things in our time together. If you haven’t listened to the previous parts of the interview, I suggest you go back and listen to Episodes 29 to 31. They will give you context as to where today’s conversation is coming from.
If you want to contact Jared directly you can get in touch via twitter @jaredfritzinger or email him at email@example.com.
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Opening and closing music is by Bryan Boyko.
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