Join the Educational Technology Coach Jeff Bradbury as he helps educators learn how to best to use edtech in the classroom.
United States
53 episodes
since Feb. 7, 2016


In this episode of “Ask the Tech Coach,” Jeff and Nick bring you the second part of our Tech Coach Brand conversation.  In part 1, we discussed how to create a professional website and match it with your social media to get noticed online. In this episode, we take a look at some of the things a Tech Coach, or future Tech Coach, can do at home, or at conferences to get noticed to find their next Tech Coach position. In this episode, we discuss: * Reflections from Last Week’s Episode Building a Brand to become a Tech Coach Building your brand while working as a Tech Coach * Tech Coach Mastermind Join the Tech Coach Mastermind and learn how to help your school district today! 2 Mastermind group meetings each month 1:1 Coachings with Jeff and Nick Lifetime access to our Tech Coach Online Community Free Lesson Plans Free Templates Much Much More Payment Discounts 2 Month Promo Code: TECHCOACH50 6 Month Promo Code: TECHCOACH100 12 Month Promo Code: TECHCOACH150 Website www.TeacherCast.net/Mastermind * Do You Have a Question For Us? www.TeacherCast.net/VoiceMail Twitter: @AskTheTechCoach Email: [email protected] * How To Build Your Tech Coach Brand * What is a brand? What makes up your brand? Ultimately how you present yourself to your district, other districts, etc. Tech Coach Websites What does it say about you? Who is your audience? Social Media Presentation Slide Decks Theme Style Personal voice * Professional Certifications Google Level 1 + 2 Google Trainer Google Innovator Microsoft Innovative Educator Apple Distinguished Educator LEGO Master Educator The plethora of edtech certifications (edpuzzle, flipgrid..) Coming soon: Synth, Merge Ambassador programs (Schoology) * Attending Conferences Choosing Topics to Present Interacting with others Party in the Hallways / Meetups (CoffeeEDU, Edtech Company Parties) * Resume / Portfolio / Exemplars / Artifacts Resume Cover Letters Exemplars Artifacts References What will they say about you?
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