Making Better Teachers Podcast 20: Becoming a Google Certified Innovator

Creating innovative solutions to real-world problems. That’s the name of the game when you become a Google Certified Innovator. This week, Adam Hill shares his experiences about his journey to becoming a Google Certified Innovator. What did he have to do in order to apply and what was the Google Innovator Academy like?  Adam shares a lot of fantastic information for those educators looking to up their teaching game!

 

Listen to the Making Better Teachers Podcast: Libsyn Player, Download EpisodeiTunes / Apple Podcasts,  Google Podcasts

 

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This week’s guest is Google Innovator and educator, Adam Hill.

Follow Adam on Twitter: @AdamHillEDU

Follow Adam’s award-winning education blog, Mr. Hill’s Musings.

 

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Read Adam’s blog post about his experience in Sydney:

SYDNEY 2019 GOOGLE CERTIFIED INNOVATOR ACADEMY #SYD19

 

 

 

 

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I was fortunate enough to appear on the Teachers on Fire Podcast. Big thanks to Tim Cavey for inviting me on the show! 

 

 

 

 

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Check out the Making Better Teachers Podcast over at VoicEd Radio! Check out the network! There are so many education podcasts to enjoy.

 

 

 

 

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Check out my Non-teaching podcast, the Just Japan Podcast.

 

 

 

 

 

About the Podcaster/Writer:

Kevin O’Shea is a PYP/Nature/Outdoor educator currently based in Beijing, China. He is a father, husband, and avid conservationist. Kevin is an advocate for outdoor play and nature education.  He is the host of the long-running Just Japan Podcast and the BRAND NEW Making Better Teachers Podcast!

Twitter: @MadForMaple

Facebook: Making Better Teachers

Email: makingbetterteachers@gmail.com

 

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