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The VSTE Board of Directors and Conference Committee are excited to have you join us at the 32nd Annual Technology in Education Conference. #VSTE17 promises to be the best ever.

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Audience: Library Media Specialists [clear filter]
Sunday, December 3
 

10:45am

12:45pm

30 Amazing Tech. Tools for Student Creation & Innovation Shenandoah BPatrick Hausammann Blended Learning: How to Empower Students with Flexible Learning and Student Choice Shenandoah ALyndsie Galizio • Regina King Coding and Google Classroom - Crack the Classroom Code! Tinker MountainKaren Franklin • Alisa Segner • Carolyn Wheatfall Empowering Educators with Flexible, Relevant Professional Learning Opportunities Roanoke ERod Gillespie • Jill Vogel Engaging Every Student, Every Time: Using Classroom Response Programs to Promote Full Engagement MadisonAndrew Baker • Katie Tarasovic Google Lit Trips: Mapping the immigrant's journey from there to here. Mill MountainAngie Evans • Laura Howell Growing Great Mindsets with Tech and Gardner's MI Theory WashingtonKatherine Orth • Kelsey Pacer HATE APPLE? TRY ORANGES! Crystal BChanel Alford-Campbell • Sonja Bridgers Putting the YOU in YouTube - 8 Tips for Better YouTube Videos Buck MountainJesse Roberts • Daniel Vanover Skyping Through the Curriculum Roanoke FAnne Marie Carson • Erin Lopes Social Media Superhero; Using your powers to connect student learning to the local and global communities. Pocahontas BScott Lewis SuperEmpowering Your PD: Personalized Professional Development Pocahontas ATyler Witman We Put Huge Molecules in the Sky and our Kids Loved It: Using Minecraft in High School Chemistry Brush MountainMichelle Karpovich • Gene Osborn Coding for Inquisitive Minds; Empowering Student Learning with Ozobots Shenandoah FoyerAndrea Burton • Krystle Demas Building Culture And Student Awareness Using Video MonroeJason Buck • Sarah Jurewicz

2:00pm

3:15pm

 
Monday, December 4
 

9:45am

11:00am

1:30pm

2:45pm

4:00pm

 
Tuesday, December 5
 

7:30am

A Tale of Three Students Reading on Chrome Buck MountainIan Moore Breaking Out and Escaping from the Norms with Technology Crystal BChris Hunsicker • Matt Roadruck Deeper Learning Through Video Production Roanoke EBea Leiderman Everyone Can Draw: Intro to Google Drawing for student-centered activities Brush MountainJonathan Frye Formative Assessments with Digital Tools AppalachianJoy Knighton • Andrea Lund Google Classroom: Getting Started MadisonDavid Harlow Green Screen Magic - Advanced Tinker MountainAlicia Broughton • Eliza Gemmill HigherEd.org - a free resource for educators (and anybody) Roanoke HKaren Kellison Keeping Pace: Transforming the Learner Experience Pocahontas AKourtney Bostain • Doug Saunders More than a Map: SuperEmpowering the Science of Where Mill MountainChristina Troxell Native Virginia: Empowering student advocacy through project approach learning Crystal AJanie Banse • Erica Deane Soaring To New Dimensions with 3D Design Shenandoah BMatt Caratachea • Karen Hues Team Up for Green Screen WashingtonCatherine Breese • Katie Larimer Using BookWidgets in the Classroom Pocahontas BVeronica Spradlin • Lorinda (Lori) Whitlow Zumba Roanoke FoyerCherry Bell Damasco-Farrington Photography for SuperEmpowering Student Learning Shenandoah FoyerTim Stahmer Breakout Faster Than a Speeding Bullet! Experience and Build Your Own BreakoutEDU MonroeMolly Haines • Samuel Wightman Empowering Students Through Video Production Harrison/TylerKeith Baldwin • Karen Ott

8:45am

10:00am

11:15am