Five Teachers Become Google Certified Coaches
Five Instructional Technology Facilitators (ITFs) have become Google Certified Coaches. The teachers earned this achievement through their participation in the Dynamic Learning Project. This group of teachers is the first to be named Google Certified Coaches in our region.
To earn the qualification of Google Certified Coach, educators must complete the Coach Curriculum, complete the Coach Skills Assessment, obtain the Educator L1 Certificates, and Create a coaching portfolio.
Karen Molfese, Instructional Technology Facilitator at Balmville and Gardnertown
Melissa Doulin, Instructional Technology Facilitator at NFA Main Campus
Andrea Merrill, Instructional Technology Facilitator at New Windsor and NFA West Campus
Helen Zoutis, Instructional Technology Facilitator at GAMS
Shaun Merritt-Scott, Instructional Technology Facilitator at Fostertown and Horizons on the Hudson
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More about the Google Certified Coach Program:
The Certified Coach program empowers instructional coaches to work 1:1 with educators and drive impactful technology use in their schools. Coaches get access to research-backed strategies and tools -- so that new and veteran educators alike can transform instruction across every classroom. New and existing coaches can discover new strategies through our structured curriculum and research-proven coaching model, which provide support throughout the school year.
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