Work With Tami

Tami Shaw

I am privileged to facilitate learning opportunities for educators and leaders via workshops, coaching, consulting, digital resources, and an inspiring keynote.

Workshops with Tami are:

  • upbeat and encouraging
  • hands-on
  • well-paced and visual
  • practical, with easy to implement ideas

Most Popular Workshops

  • Strategies and Tools You Can Use Tomorrow
    fast-paced, engaging, and radically simple, these strategies are researched based from Harvard Project Zero's Visible Thinking, The Right Question Institute, and Discovery Education via McRel
  • Use Choice to Differentiate & Empower
    building choice into learning and assessments for differentiation, motivation, and authenticity
  • Use Questions to Transform How You Lead and Teach
    Asking great questions can build culture, deepen thinking, and increase ownership of learning.  Learn and develop strategies to increase your impact through questions.
  • Google Slides Can Be Used For THAT?!Graphics/Images, Newsletters, Choose Your Own Adventure Stories , Ongoing Learning Logs, Photo Slideshows, Comic Strips, Mind Maps and Organizers, and so much more!
  • Education in the Cloud is Lightning in a Bottle
    Design and organize effective online content within your learning management system (LMS).
  • Getting Googley
    Help educators get started using G Suite (Google Apps) For Education to increase efficiency, creativity, and learning.


  • Google for Education Certified Trainer
  • Google Certified Educator
  • Discovery Education Star and Ambassador
  • Highly Qualified and Certified in Secondary ELA and Math Education

Experience & Expertise

  • Secondary Teacher: Math and English Language Arts
  • District Technology Trainer: 
    Emphasis: Google Apps for Education, Canvas, Discovery Education, Digital Content Design
  • Online and Blended Curriculum Coordinator:
    Emphasis: Vision and Facilitation of Course Development , Grades 7-12

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