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VSTE Goes Green: Over the years we’ve made an effort to reduce the amount of paper waste that gets accumulated by reducing the scope of the printed program. This year we will provide a printed conference program with only a summary schedule of the sessions available during each breakout session. For the full detailed listing of each session we encourage attendees to make use of our online schedule here which will work on mobile devices and all major platforms.

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Sunday, December 7 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Building a Community of Practice around Technology at VSTE

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Technology is not the answer. It is just one of the tools in the educator’s toolbox that can bring about a pedagogical change to our educational system. Technology and classroom instruction have too often been throw together as if they magically fit. Often the best laid plans by educational leadership fail to value the success stories of the classroom teachers. Through a panel of expert ITC’s we will examine how educational best practices along with a variety of technology resources are making changes in the classroom. We will examine teaching methodologies like Cloud Computing and Flipping the Classroom and will share the resources that have been used to change the way teachers are teaching. We will offer through EdTechReview an opportunity for attendees to share and document their own personal experiences and build out a vibrant active community for educators sharing success stories while connecting with others VSTE members with whom they can build lasting relationships.

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avatar for Brian Hackett

Brian Hackett

I have been working in public education since 1981. I have been published in educational magazines and worked closely with the Virginia Department of Education presenting nationally the civic responsibility of Service-Learning and promoting curriculum based community-service projects through technology. I served on focus groups for the US Department of Education working on the ‘Millennials’ and School 2.0 projects during the Bush... Read More →
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Keith Reeves

Senior Instructional Technology Coordinator, Arlington Public Schools
Chariperson of VSTE. (www.VSTE.org) | Keith David Reeves is the author of "Insurrection: A Teacher Revolution in Defense of Children," and the co-author of "Paperless Research Writing: Effective Digital Scaffolding for Academic Writing using the Moulen-Reeves Model." A native of Syracuse, New York, he has taught every grade level, K through 12, in underprivileged and affluent schools in both rural and urban settings, as well as educational... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 3:15pm - 4:15pm
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