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Episode 32: Virtual Classrooms & Real-World Lessons

Optimism + Education

In September, the Texas Optimism Project focused on education. This episode features stories of people being resourceful while learning in this new era of education. What does our education look like now? How has it changed? And what can students of today do to make the world a better place in the future?

Chelsea brings art teacher by day and Texas ceramicist by night Hallie Schafer as a guest. Hallie describes what her day to day looks like and how she is staying motivated and optimistic to remain creative during the pandemic. Her students continuously show her their grit and flexibility, and she has found she can give more students one on one attention with modern technology. A positive coming out of this shift in education.

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