As part of the application process, Bogacz proposed a project to focus on during and after the three-day program.
According to Google for Education, the program kicks off with an in-person three-day Innovation Academy focused on helping new participants define, design and eventually launch a transformative project.
After the Academy, Innovators stay engaged through mentorship, ongoing learning and development trainings and special opportunities from Google to advocate for transformative technologies and practices.
“Being part of the Innovator program allows me to serve all the hardworking educators in the world by tackling a problem I see in education," Bogacz said in a news release from Channahon School District 17.
"It's a rare and unique opportunity, and I am really looking forward to meeting my cohorts in London."
"My project focuses on the problem of helping teachers find good quality professional development opportunities," Bogacz said in the release.