Saturday, February 6, 2010

Google Teacher Academy for Administrators

It happened. I was accepted to participate in the Google Teacher Academy for Administrators.  So what exactly does this mean? It means that in March I will be traveling to San Antonio, TX along with 49 other administrators from around the country to participate in an intensive workshop that is "designed to create a strong professional learning community of administrators who support each other over the course of a year, so if you are not local, you must be willing to be resourceful with all technologies to facilitate communication and collaboration with your fellow Google Certified Teachers." 

I am very excited about this opportunity and I am already amazed by how quickly this group of admins has started to network using Twitter.  By comparison, I am coming from a very small school, a JK-12 private school, but I suspect most of our issues, concerns, gripes, and observations are similar with respects to teaching, learning, personnel, and the role of curriculum.  

With that, let the sharing and learning begin!

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Sandra McGonagle said...

Looking forward to meeting you in March!

Hiram Cuevas said...

Sandra, thanks for taking a peak at my blog. I look forward to meeting you and all of our new colleagues.

scmorgan said...

Have a great time, Hiram. Can't wait to learn from you!

Wm Chamberlain said...

Congratulations! I would be jealous, except it is for admins and I am definitely not jealous of that ;)

SSB said...

Congrats! I will be there too and I am from Boydton, Virginia!!

Let's Google!!

Hiram Cuevas said...

Mr. C, I love writing that since I'm often referred to as such. ;)

Thank you, but I wish you were attending. I thought your new post had you in the admin track.

Hiram Cuevas said...


Congrats back at ya. Looking forward to f2f in SAT.