Feb. 6, 2021

Episode 43: Enchancing Instructional Coach & Educator Practice


In this episode, I am joined by the 3 Caffeinated Coaches! Georgina, Shannon, and Becky will talk about how they are helping our educator community by enhancing the practices of instructional coaches/educators/leaders through their podcast.

 

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Until Next Time, Stay Techie My Friends.

-Fonz

Shannon Moore

Shannon teaches AP English & Speech, is the English Department Chair, and a part-time Tech Coach at Redwood High School in Visalia, California. She has been teaching for 9 years.

Shannon is a Google Certified Level 1 & 2 educator and is working towards becoming a Google Certified Trainer. She is a member of GEG_SoCal and is energized by the #GlobalGEG mission.

Shannon is passionate about relationships in education and commits her time to ensure every student feels valued and heard and each of her colleagues feels supported.

Becky Colling

Becky is a district Instructional Coach with a focus on technology and science in Newhall School District, Santa Clarita, CA. She has been in education for 8 years and has taught in Nebraska, Texas, and Georgia before moving to California to continue growing in her career. As a Google Certified Trainer and a GEG SoCal Co-Leader, she truly enjoys training teachers in the her district and surrounding areas to become Google Certified Educators. Becky is passionate about providing equitable access to all students, especially with digital learning.

Georgina Dean

As a Google for Education Certified Trainer, a Google Educator Group Leader (GEG Amman), an Adobe Education Leader & Trainer, a Microsoft Innovative Educator, and an Apple Teacher, Georgina’s goal is to offer creative digital integration support to education communities around the world. Georgina is an inspiring education leader, consultant, and keynote speaker, currently working as the Director of Learning Technology at a non-profit International School in Amman, Jordan. She is keen to impact creative innovation across the Middle East, where she has been fostering change in education for over a decade, empowering learners and educators with the 21st-century skills, tools, and the confidence they need to be successful members of a global community and thrive in tomorrow's competitive job market. Georgina’s especially
excited about supporting Global GEG’s leadership growth and development as a
coach and mentor, empowering the leaders of tomorrow!