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In today’s episode, we share another part of my conversation with Edjacent designer Jared Fritzinger. Last time we talked about his student’s capstone project and how they conceptualized, then refitted and ecobus to help teach other schools about sustainability. If you haven’t’ listened to episode 31 yet, I suggest that you do. It’s a fascinating conversation.
Today, though, we talk about how the ecobus project developed through the pandemic and how that and other capstone projects align to the true purpose of education. We also touch upon how the act of breaking boundaries is a key part of the good work that educators should do.
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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