Customized Experiences, Drop-In Groups
“I believe that my lack of awareness of where the fences ‘should’ be around our creativity allows me to help other educators and administrators in ways that unlock novel concepts and possibilities.”—Noah Geisel
Coming from a place of deep commitment to curiosity, passionate pursuit, and service leadership, Noah Geisel helps participants throw self-imposed limitations out the window. He has a reputation for suggesting what he calls “the weirdest things” when brainstorming with education leaders. Those off-the-wall ideas draw people into conversation and create an atmosphere of true collaboration, understanding and support. Through true listening and thoughtful questions, he helps individuals connect with their purpose, passion and creativity in their work.
Noah is a World Languages, EdTech and Digital Badges consultant and teacher passionate about helping educators and students make awesome happen. He has 17 years of experience teaching Spanish, English and Technology and was recognized as the 2013 ACTFL National Language Teacher of the Year. He is a constant collaborator on Twitter and frequent blogger on Medium.com.
As a community organizer and champion of Digital Badge Credentials, he co-founded the weekly #BadgeChat as well as the annual Badge Summit conference. He is a learner, sharer, traveler, and giver of high fives. Noah is a hardcore fan of Duke basketball, makes his own buttons and collects ViewMasters.
M.A. Education Leadership, Regis University
B.A. Duke University
Micro-credential Program Director, University of Colorado
Education Trainer and Public Speaker, Ditch That Textbook Speakers Bureau
Volunteer work includes CultureHaus, CCFLT and more