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Esther on action


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Esther on action


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Esther Wojcicki, recipient of the 2016 Global Educator Award, shares her vision for a Moonshot Movement in Education. “I changed the pedagogy of education - giving kids control of their learning.” Esther Wojcicki
Esther Wojcicki and Jaime Casap meet at Google to talk about her new book "Moonshots in Education: Launching Blended Learning in the Classroom." Wojcicki also talks about her personal experience growing a program based on trusting and honoring her students. Esther Wojcicki is an American journalist, educator, and vice chair of the Creative Commons board of directors.

"Thinking big about Education: Empowering Students"- Esther Wojcicki, the head of Palo Alto High School's journalism program and a distinguished visiting scholar at Stanford's MediaX, speaks about the need for educators to empower their students by allowing them to lead, show what they can do and take control of their own learning.

Mom and daughter: YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki sits down with her mother Esther to talk about how her difficult childhood motivated her to become a journalist and teacher. Subscribe to HuffPost today: http://goo.gl/xW6HG Get More HuffPost Read: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ Like: https://www.facebook.com/HuffingtonPost Follow: https://twitter.com/HuffingtonPost

This is what a revolutionary classroom looks like today – Filmed at Palo Alto High School Media Arts Center with Esther Wojcicki and Paul Kandell

Previous TED Talks

 
In this heartfelt TEDxBeaconStreet talk, education innovator Esther Wojcicki shares the simple but powerful formula she used to raise three highly successful children and to build one of the most dynamic and successful high school media studies programs in the U.S.

Esther Wojcicki discusses the necessity to change the classroom culture into an environment where students have more control of their own learning. Wojcicki advocates for a classroom in which instruction is supported by technology and real world projects that students choose for themselves.

Esther Wojcicki discusses the necessity to change the classroom culture into an environment where students have more control of their own learning. Wojcicki advocates for a classroom in which instruction is supported by technology and real world projects that students choose for themselves.
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Resources


Resources


Some excellent resources to inspire educators, students and parents to shift their learning models.

  "Education Based on Trusted" by Dinar Khayrutdinov, on eRazvite.org -- - click to read the full article

"Education Based on Trusted" by Dinar Khayrutdinov, on eRazvite.org -- - click to read the full article

 

My HERO honors outstanding teacher

Esther Wojcicki is the recipient of The MY HERO Project’s 2016 Global Educator Award, the award will be presented to her at the 12th Annual MY HERO International Film Festival in Santa Monica, CA, on November 19th, 2016.

 

 

EdTech Startup Taps Award-Winning Educator to Drive Innovation

Planet3 Appoints Education Industry Luminary Esther Wojcicki as Chief Learning Officer, Promotes Kelly McGrath to Chief Operating Officer

 

Why We Need Moonshot Thinking in High School Education? 

Esther's talk at Future Global Summit by Singularity University

 

6 Models for Project Based Learning

Learn about effective ways to easily implement personalized learning in your classroom with this guide published by dream box learning.  Click the image to get started!

 

 

14 Tech Tools to Enhance Project-Based Learning

Many of these tools can be used to help facilitate PBL and to best meet the needs of students working on projects. This article is from gettingsmart.com

Click the photo for the full article!

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Location


Palo Alto High School - Media Arts Center Building

Location


Palo Alto High School - Media Arts Center Building

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