Join the Godmother of Silicon Valley and extraordinary educator, Esther Wojcicki, as she dives into the methods and insight she has accumulated from her decades of excellence in teaching and raising wildly successful children.
Esther Wojcicki is a leading American educator, journalist and mother. Leader in Blending Learning and the integration of technology into education, she is the founder of the Media Arts program at Palo Alto High School, where she built a journalism program from a small group of 20 students in 1984 to one of the largest in the nation including 600 students, five additional journalism teachers, and nine award-winning journalism publications. Wojcicki serves as Vice Chair of Creative Commons and has previously worked as a professional journalist for multiple publications and blogs regularly for The Huffington Post.
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