Ed Technology Specialists: Candidate Survey
Please fill out this application to the best of your ability. Thank you !
First Name *
Last Name *
Email Address *
Phone Number
Twitter Handle
Please provide a link to your resume- make sure it is shared with mwalsh@edtechnologyspecialists or it is public. *
Do you have a Masters degree? *
What year did you obtain your Masters degree? *
How long have you worked in education? *
What is your current position? Who is your employer? *
Are you a teacher, administrator, director, etc.?
List any Google or other certifications/ badges that you have earned. *
It's OK if you don't have any, this is not a requirement...
What do you love most about your job?
Describe the experience you have in leading PD sessions. If you can, include an example (link) of something you shared with attendees of a PD session you led. *
What is your strongest quality as an instructor? *
When teaching children and/or adults
The courses we offer are centered around instructional technology. Are there any topics under this umbrella that you are especially interested in or excel at? *
Create a title for a course that you would love to teach. (or two, or three, list the title or titles below). *
For a list of courses we currently offer, visit our website.
Write a one paragraph introduction or course description to a hypothetical course you would love to teach. It can be for one of the course titles you listed above. *
Does your state require teachers to take continuing education courses or earn credits/hours? Explain. *
Do teachers in your local area/school district take online continuing education courses or courses for college credit? For what reasons? Explain. *
Would you have the ability to recommend and recruit a small number (possibly 5-8) of coworkers/friends to take one of your online courses? *
Your turn. If you have any questions for us, please list them here. We will respond in an email.
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