I have used Google tools for a long time now: Search, Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Maps, Forms, Keep, Photos, Alerts, Sites, Translate, Chrome, Youtube, Fit, Cast, Voice, Classroom… I could go on and on with this list but you get the point. I am always experimenting and learning new ways in which digital tools can help people achieve their goals (in work, in education, even in personal life). Then, I try to apply the acquired knowledge to professionally help other people.
So I could say I know about Google stuff, but isn’t it better if it’s Google itself who says it? More trusting, at least.
Some days ago I passed two different tests and earned two Google certifications: Google Certified Educator Levels 1 & 2. In both cases, Google gives you training and then you have to sign up and pass a 3 hours exam consisting of 20 to 25 questions and 12 performance-based scenarios. It’s intense…
So I am a Google Certified Educator 1 and 2 (advanced technology implementation skills). It’s not me who says it, it’s Google. YAY! 😉
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