Rev-Up Your Leadership: Featuring Jorge Valenzuela
What if someone came to you and offered you a job that was different than what you had planned for your leadership journey? This week’s guest, Jorge Valenzuela, shares how one job offer changed the trajectory of his leadership career forever.
Jorge Valenzuela is an adjunct professor at Old Dominion University and the lead coach at Lifelong Learning Defined. He’s also a national faculty member for PBLWorks, a published
researcher, and an avid blogger, with his work featured in USA Today, Mediaplanet USTA, Edutopia, ISTE, eSchool News, Tech & Learning, PBLWorks, and on Medium. His work helps
educators and learners understand and implement computational thinking, computer science, STEM/STEAM, and project based learning. Valenzuela is a recipient of the ISTE Computer Science Excellence Award and STEM Excellence Awards. He also earned the Lynn Barrier Engineering Leadership Award for his contributions to STEM education in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
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