No longer simply “certified”, now an “innovator”

Google have decided to change their Google Certified Teachers into Certified Innovators. I’m always suspicious at someone who has a title with the word “evangelist” or “innovator” in it but it looks like I am an owner of one of these titles. I don’t feel so bad as I don’t get paid for the title but I won’t be introducing myself as a “certified innovator.” Anyway, in Ireland, I think most people who think you would need to be “certified” (in its other meaning) to describe yourself as innovative.

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