Application Deadline: May 18, 2018
Join a group of individuals transforming education with Google and across the world. The Google for Education team is looking for the most creative minds in education who empower students, teachers, and administrators.Google for Education is looking for leaders who are excited to drive school transformation, advocate for innovative technologies, and grow professionally.
The Certified Innovator program is a 12-month professional development experience — including mentorship, online learning activities, and a face-to-face Innovation Academy focused on helping new Innovators launch a transformative project. After these 12 months, Innovators stay engaged with ongoing innovation projects and special opportunities from Google for Education to advocate for transformative technologies and practices.
- Candidates for the Google for Education Certified Innovator program are selected based on their professional experience, their passion for teaching and learning, their innovative use of technology in school settings, their potential to impact other educators, and their desire to tackle some of the biggest challenges in education.
- They are ambassadors for change who empower other educators and students through a thriving innovation culture within their own classrooms, schools and organizations.
- Innovation occurs at all levels in the school system, so we welcome applicants from all roles: classroom teachers to superintendents.
- As participants in a community of educators working together to improve schools, Innovators will transform the organizations they’re serving, advocate for change, and grow their own capacity as thought leaders.
|Certified Innovator digital badge + pin|
|Visibility in the Google for Education Directory|
|Monthly learning and development resources|
|Membership in a collaborative community of Innovators|
|Exclusive looks at new Google for Education launches|
|Serve as product ambassadors in focus groups|
|Online showcase of your Innovation Project|
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