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Exploring the Nooks and Crannies: Issue #22 of web3🤝education

Dagan.Eth (📚,🌐)
Dagan.Eth (📚,🌐)
Hello educator and web3 frens,
The wonderful world of web3 is complex, varied, and full of interesting nooks and crannies to explore. Curious about 3-D renderings generated by AI? How about digital pictures created using written prompts? Fascinated by teenage coders? Check out a business acquisition by a major web3 developer. Does the rise of a multi-million dollar artist enterprise interest you? Take a look at how a Canadian civil engineer started one of the biggest NFT projects in the world.
Choosing to learn about web3 is choosing to learn about art and artificial intelligence, business and blockchain, cryptocurrencies and cybersecurity. You know the normal ABCs (insert lol here).
This is what makes this field so interesting to me as an educator. It is also what inspired me to create this newsletter. With so much to learn about, and so much information being thrown at you at once, it’s helpful to have someone finding the signal through the noise.
As I nudge closer to 75 subscribers with the release of this, my 22nd issue, I am hopeful that I am helping people improve their understanding of web3. Yet I still ask myself daily, “why web3?”.
Each time that I reflect on this question the thoughtful words of people I respect in the education space who are committed to learning about web3 come to mind. People like The Tech Rabbi. This newsletter closes with a link to a video in which he addresses the question of why teachers should care about web3.
Click through the resources for the week about web3 and education.
🤖 Deep dive into 3-D renderings generated by AI
🤝 News story on a huge acquisition in the coding space
👀 Long form article on the state of NFTs
🗣 Interview with a teacher on why you should care about web3

AI Is Getting Good, Like Really Good
Coding Platform Purchased By Major Web3 Developer
Resetting the State of NFTs
Final Word by the Rabbi
I’d like to leave you with this interview with The Tech Rabbi from the ISTE 22 conference in New Orleans. There’s a lot that he covers in this conversation, and a lot I’d love to discuss in more detail. But I’ll let his words do the ‘splaining.
Web 3.0 - Why Teachers Should Care | Michael Cohen [The Tech Rabbi]
Web 3.0 - Why Teachers Should Care | Michael Cohen [The Tech Rabbi]
Thank you for stopping by for another issue of my web3🤝education newsletter. You can subscribe to the newsletter here or if you’re on LinkedIn go check out a version of this newsletter on my LinkedIn page and give me a follow.
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