Making Better Teachers Podcast 20: Becoming a Google Certified Innovator

Creating innovative solutions to real-world problems. That’s the name of the game when you become a Google Certified Innovator. This week, Adam Hill shares his experiences about his journey to becoming a Google Certified Innovator. What did he have to do in order to apply and what was the Google Innovator Academy like?  Adam shares a lot of fantastic information for those educators looking to up their teaching game!


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This week’s guest is Google Innovator and educator, Adam Hill.

Follow Adam on Twitter: @AdamHillEDU

Follow Adam’s award-winning education blog, Mr. Hill’s Musings.


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Read Adam’s blog post about his experience in Sydney:






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I was fortunate enough to appear on the Teachers on Fire Podcast. Big thanks to Tim Cavey for inviting me on the show! 






Check out the Making Better Teachers Podcast over at VoicEd Radio! Check out the network! There are so many education podcasts to enjoy.






Check out my Non-teaching podcast, the Just Japan Podcast.






About the Podcaster/Writer:

Kevin O’Shea is a PYP/Nature/Outdoor educator currently based in Beijing, China. He is a father, husband, and avid conservationist. Kevin is an advocate for outdoor play and nature education.  He is the host of the long-running Just Japan Podcast and the BRAND NEW Making Better Teachers Podcast!

Twitter: @MadForMaple

Facebook: Making Better Teachers



Podcast host and educator, Kevin O’Shea.

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