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Monday, September 20 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Edutainment, Open Pedagogy and Empowered Learning

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This panel of teachers and students will discuss their work with Tract, a peer to peer edutainment space where students create media, clubs, and classes in their voices. Legendary educator Esther Wojcicki, Tract CEO Ari Memar, and Tract Creators Carissa Cabrera and Gibran Nassif will discuss the importance of bringing together student agency, problem based learning, student directed learning, media creation, and CC licensed open educational resources into student created learning pathways. Empowering students to think critically and independently, and openly sharing their creative expressions, is the key to solving the world’s biggest challenges.

Speakers
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Cable Green

Director of Open Education, Creative Commons
https://creativecommons.org/author/cablecreativecommons-org/
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Esther Wojcicki

Founder of Palo Alto High Media Arts Program, Godmother of Silicon Valley, TractLearning Inc
Esther Wojcicki is known as the GodMother of Silicon Valley because of the number of highly successful students coming out of her program at Palo Alto High. She is co- founder of TractLearning, Inc (2020), founder of the largest scholastic media program in the US at Palo Alto High... Read More →
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Ari Memar

Cofounder & CEO, Tract
Ari Memar is the CEO and Co-founder of Tract - the world's first peer-to-peer learning community - which he started with his former high school teacher, Esther Wojcicki. Prior to starting Tract, Ari was a Product Leader at Uber, helping start and scale several new business lines within... Read More →
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Carissa Cabrera

Creator, Tract
I'm a marine conservation educator using media to inspire the next generation of ocean stewards. I work on behalf of Tract to engage upper elementary students in ocean, environmental, and climate learning materials so they can discover their interests in these topics.


Monday September 20, 2021 6:30pm - 7:30pm UTC
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