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Ed3 Educators and Kids and NFTs: Issue #15 of web3🤝education

Dagan.Eth (📚,🌐)
Dagan.Eth (📚,🌐)
Big week in the world of education and web3. In last week’s newsletter, I highlighted the annual International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in which there were a number of sessions related to the metaverse, AI, and AR/VR. The focus of this week’s newsletter is on an educator-focused NFT project, Ed3 Educators.
I first heard about this project back in January. During that time I joined the community and participated as a community growth lead in Discord. Ed3 Educators describes itself the following way, “We are the FIRST NFT collection made by educators, for educators, powering a community of educators.”
In June the NFT became available for mint. As of this writing, we are approaching 100 unique owners with a number of people having multiple Ed3 Educator NFTs in their wallets. The NFT provides owners with the following:
🧠 The world’s first Web3 for Education micro-credential
💡 The world’s first Web3 for education Unconference
✅ Membership to the first DAO for Educators (Ed3 DAO)
👛 Social tokens to the Ed3 DAO
With the public mint now live and Twitter and Discord (link in the Ed3 Twitter bio), the community has been experiencing strong growth. I invite all of you to go to the website to learn more and mint your own!
The best part of being part of the Ed3 Educators community is the access to a professional network of educators that are active in web3. This has exposed me to new and interesting projects. I want to share a few in this week’s newsletter.
NFT Kids Magazine has been an exciting revelation for me. I have learned about a number of interesting projects by kids through reading through the articles posted on their website and hanging out in their Discord. Did you know that there’s a children’s storybook that teaches about NFTs, WEB3, blockchain, and cryptocurrency? Neither did I. Take a look at wen moon? which explains the concepts of NFTs and cryptocurrencies. Finally, learn about a 13-year-old building software to make the metaverse more accessible.
There are more detailed descriptions of these resources below. If you’re not subscribed yet, go to my profile and enter your email address to get this newsletter delivered to your inbox.

Home | Ed3 Educators
Digital Magazine Welcoming Kids and Families to the Metaverse
Bookworm NFT Children's Book "wen moon?"
13-year-old Egyptian Building His Own Metaverse
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