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In the inaugural session of our “Web3 In Education” series, hosted every Friday by myself and Sean from “The Working Dead,” we embarked on an enlightening journey into the intersection of web3 and education. Our debut episode served as a foundational dialogue for educators within the web3 space, emphasizing the critical role of Project Catalyst Fund 11 in shaping the future of educational paradigms.

This session aimed to galvanize the community around the importance of active participation in Project Catalyst, highlighting the necessity of voting registration and the mechanics of engaging with the process through the “Project Catalyst” app, in anticipation of the “voting power” snapshot. Our conversation was not only informative but also deeply engaging, setting the stage for a series of discussions on leveraging web3 technologies to revolutionize educational experiences.

We shone a light on the vast potential of web3 to foster innovative educational frameworks, underscoring our commitment to bridging the digital divide through comprehensive outreach and practical applications of blockchain technology. By introducing listeners to the concept of decentralized governance and its implications for education, we laid the groundwork for a vibrant community of educators eager to explore and implement web3 solutions in their teaching methodologies.

Our discussion was punctuated by insights into the voting process for Project Catalyst Fund 11, aiming to demystify the procedure and encourage robust participation from the community. The episode was a call to action for educators and enthusiasts alike to contribute to the dialogue on integrating web3 technologies into the fabric of educational systems, ensuring a future where learning is enhanced by the principles of decentralization and innovation.

As we continue this series, we invite educators, technologists, and thought leaders to join us in shaping a new era of education that harnesses the power of web3. Together, we can create a collaborative ecosystem that not only educates but also empowers learners and educators to be at the forefront of technological advancements.

Stay tuned for future sessions where we will delve deeper into practical applications, success stories, and collaborative projects that showcase the transformative impact of web3 in education. Join us in this exciting journey to redefine educational paradigms and build a learning community that is inclusive, innovative, and inspired by the possibilities of blockchain technology.

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In the second episode of our “Web3 In Education” series, co-hosted by myself and Sean from “The Working Dead,” we took a deep dive into the nuts and bolts of participating in web3 governance through voting. Titled “Web3 in Education 2 - Register to Vote,” this session was dedicated to demystifying the voting registration process within the Project Catalyst ecosystem, making it accessible and understandable for everyone.

During this episode, we focused on the essential steps necessary for community members to register and take part in the voting process. We walked our audience through the intricacies of downloading the “Project Catalyst” app, preparing for the “voting power” snapshot, and ensuring that they are fully equipped to participate in the democratic processes that shape the future of web3 in education.

Recognizing the challenges that many face in navigating the voting process, we announced the development of a free course on the “Work.Courses” platform. This course aims to provide clear, step-by-step guidance on registering to vote in Project Catalyst, targeting to eliminate any confusion and barriers to participation. Our goal is to empower our community members, enabling them to contribute their voices to the vital decisions that govern the integration of blockchain technology into educational settings and beyond.

The episode also served as a platform for initiating a broader conversation about the significance of community involvement in web3 governance. We discussed the impact of active participation on the future of education and the broader web3 ecosystem, emphasizing the power of informed voting to drive innovation and inclusivity.

As we concluded the episode, we encouraged our listeners to leverage the information and resources shared to take an active role in shaping the direction of web3 in education. The session was not just an instructional guide but a call to action for all community members to become engaged, informed voters, capable of influencing the decisions that will define the future of education in the web3 era.

Stay tuned for more episodes in our “Web3 In Education” series, as we continue to explore the intersection of blockchain technology and educational innovation, fostering a community of empowered, engaged, and enlightened participants in the web3 space.

Twitter Space Link: Web3 In Education - Part 2

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In the third installment of our “Web3 In Education” series, titled “Web3 in Education 3 - Go Vote!”, co-hosted by myself and Sean from “The Working Dead,” we issued a rallying cry to our community: the time to vote has arrived. This episode was a crucial checkpoint in our series, shifting from preparation and education to action and participation in the Project Catalyst voting process.

We kicked off the episode with a reminder of the importance of casting votes in shaping the future of education within the web3 space, emphasizing the power each member holds in influencing the direction of blockchain technology’s integration into educational systems. Recognizing the challenges and technical nuances associated with the voting process, we shared strategic advice and practical tips to ensure a smooth and stress-free voting experience.

One of the key pieces of advice we offered was on the technical aspect of using the “Project Catalyst” app for voting. We stressed the importance of not closing the app before casting all intended votes, as doing so would require users to start the voting process from scratch. To mitigate this, we recommended casting votes in smaller batches, a strategy learned from our own experiences and challenges faced by community members in previous voting cycles.

Additionally, we highlighted the valuable resources and tools available within the Cardano ecosystem to aid voters in making informed decisions. Notably, we spotlighted the contributions of Lido Nation, an initiative that plays a significant role in educating the Cardano community about various proposals. By providing detailed insights and analyses, Lido Nation equips voters with the knowledge needed to assess the merits and potential impacts of each proposal, further empowering them to participate meaningfully in the governance process.

The episode served not only as a reminder of the voting timeline but also as a guide to navigating the voting process effectively and strategically. We aimed to equip our listeners with the knowledge and tools needed to contribute their voices confidently and competently to the collective decision-making that defines the Cardano ecosystem.

As we concluded the episode, we reiterated our call to action for all community members to go vote, emphasizing the critical role each vote plays in driving innovation, inclusivity, and progress in the intersection of blockchain technology and education.

Join us in this pivotal episode of our “Web3 In Education” series, as we step into the voting phase of Project Catalyst, armed with strategies, insights, and the collective will to shape the future of education in the web3 era.

Twitter Space Link: Web3 In Education - Part 3

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