EducationLeadershipSchoolhouse Heroes

Schoolhouse Heroes: Noa Daniel

By August 20, 2019 No Comments

This series spotlights the incredible work being done by amazing educators from all over the world, in a variety of roles. While classroom teachers are on the frontlines, directly impacting our students on a daily basis, educators wear many different hats and are in many different positions. Noa Daniel is the most recent to share a bit about her work.

Noa is a teacher, consultant, podcaster, blogger, and the Chief Building Officer at BOB. She lives outside of Toronto, Canada, but shares her talents and passions with other educators around the world. The following are the questions I pose for all of the spotlighted educators, and Noa’s answers to them.

What do you love most about your job?

Creating opportunities for students and teachers to engage, learn and connect

How do you make the greatest impact on students?
By finding ways to see and include them in their learning
What do you wish more people knew about education?
It can be a place to learn about yourself/self-inquiry while also building skill and community.
What is your favorite learning resource (person, podcast, book, Twitter chat, conference, etc)?
Anything else we should know?
I think you know everything you need to about me 🙂
There is much more to Noa than she wrote above. She has developed amazing projects for her students called BOBs. The purpose is to promote student voice and propel engagement. You can learn more about them at  She is also a riveting speaker. You can listen to Noa share about her heart for education on the In AWE to Rise podcast. Connect with Noa on LinkedIn, and be sure to check out her very unique podcast: The Personal Playlist Podcast. As educators, our goals are all the same – connect with students and provide them all they need to be successful in life.