Caroline is an Instructional Developer at Google. She specializes in Development and Product Management of Educational Technology and Computer Science Education. Prior to that, she taught computer science at Prospect Hill Academy, an urban charter school.
Caroline has an MEd in Technology, Innovation and Education, with years of experience teaching Computer Science in an school and over 10 years experience creating web based educational experiences including programming and management of developers and projects.
She has a unique combination of solid technical, entrepreneurial and business experience combined with an understanding of schools build on three years as a teacher and technology integration specialist in an urban high school.
With a strong technology background, an excellent understanding and empathy for educators, and product vision and communication, Caroline has dedicated her unique skill set to helping others develop the skills they need to become employed in the technology field.
As a computer science educator, she taught AP CSA (Java), AP Computer Science Principles, including piloting the code.org curriculum and serving as a local facilitator for code.org. She has extensive technical, implementation and community experience in Open Source learning projects including: - OpenACS/.LRN - LAMS (Learning Activity Management System) - Sugar (operating system for One Laptop per Child) - Khan Academy - Moodle