Today, I had the opportunity to interview my great friend Stephanie Rothstein. Stephanie is a passionate educator and leader that is making waves in the education community. Today I had the opportunity to have a nice conversation with Stephanie to and hear about her passion for education and her future projects. Here are the questions that we covered.
1. What is one thing you wish you knew when you started your career?
2. If you don't mind sharing, what is your biggest failure and what did you learn from it?
3. What advice would you give someone wanting to pursue a similar career as you or experience. (we can relate it to work, or Innovator or anything specific here).
4. What have been some of the best resources that have helped you along the way?
5. Who have been the three people most influential to you? (This could be career or personal)
6. What is a common myth about your professional or personal life that you want to debunk? (gives you the opportunity to pick a myth that you think needs to be addressed, could be professional or personal)
7. If you could step into my shoes, what would you have asked yourself that I didn't? This is a free-for-all where you can take a minute or two to all about anything you want.
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Stephanie is an 18 year Educator in California, USA. She serves the Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District as a TOSA (Teacher on Special Assignment) focused on Educational Technology integration. Stephanie is the Co-Chair for the LEAD@LG pathway (Design Thinking Pathway combining English, History, and Science), and teaches English.
Stephanie is a Google Certified Educator, Trainer, and Innovator #SEA19 (Singapore), and is the Leader for GEG Northern California. She is also a founding member of Global GEG. She conducts weekly and daily PD for her staff and Educators all over the world.
Stephanie calls 2019-2020, “A Year of Yes to Me!” Her talk about this was published on TED. Stephanie always hopes to model continuous growth and help inspire her students and other educators to do the same.