April 10, 2021

Episode 56: Break Things. Try Stuff. with Bonnie Chelette

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We had a great conversation with Bonnie Chelette this morning where we talked about Google Innovator, work and projects and how pivots are not always a bad thing. Get to know Bonnie a little better and why she is a well known global leader in education. 

Questions we covered.

What’s the biggest challenge you have with your specific role right now and how are you going to overcome it?

What’s the biggest surprise you’ve had in the last few months and why?

How do you continue to learn in order to stay on top of things within your role?

What’s been the biggest failure in the last year and why do you think that happened?

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Bonnie Chelette

Bonnie Chelette is an Instructional Technology Facilitator for the East Baton Rouge Parish School System in Louisiana. She is a Google for Education Certified Innovator, Trainer, & Coach, Google Educator Group Leader (GEG South Louisiana), co-founder of Global GEG, and leader of Global GEG's #ECOpen Chat. In addition, Bonnie is also an EdChange Global Leader and is passionate about supporting technology integration in schools. She shares her support and passion for coaching by bringing coaches together on a global scale.