Kim Randall, a global educational technology consultant, works with professional learning organizations including the Krause Center for Innovation, providing relevant and engaging training centered around effective use and pedagogy of educational technologies in the classroom. She is an adjunct faculty member for Foothill College & the KCI, a miniMERIT instructor, and has been a part of the MERIT instructional team in 2016.
Kim is also a Google Certified Innovator, Trainer, an Apple Distinguished Educator, and holds an M.A. in Educational Technology Leadership from George Washington University, Washington, DC. She is also a member of the Google Earth Education Experts and is actively involved with the Google Geo Teacher’s Institute. She loves to present geo-literacy related sessions at conferences and workshops. She is the co-author of Bring the World to Your Classroom: Using Google Geo Tools. Kim has been an elementary and middle school teacher as well as a technology integration specialist and holds a California Multiple Subject teaching credential. She is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, but often found in her spare time traveling to new places near and far, scuba diving, and dabbling with topside and underwater photography.