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AoA Podcast: Episode 2 Coming Out Later this Week

Be sure to listen in with our guest Mitch Resnick (MIT Media Lab & Scratch Developer)

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We hope you enjoyed our last episode with Leandra Tejedor, co-founder and CPO of Vidcode. This week, we jump into an amazing conversation with Mitch Resnick and get explore so many wonderful times in his career and insights on the future of education. This episode will be out this Thursday (3/4). We look forward to your feedback and suggestions!

Find the AoA podcast on Google Podcasts, Spotify, or on other podcast directories.

From AoA Founder,

Stephen Muskett

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Stories providing creative, innovative, and sustainable changes to the ways we learn | Tune in at aoapodcast.com | Connecting 500k+ monthly readers with 1,200+ authors

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