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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Sunday, December 3 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm

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Does an "Apple" a day really keep the doctor away? Hate Apple products? Come learn how to engage your students using your laptop and your android phone.

If you are an Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, you have probably come across a teacher or administrator who does not want to confirm to the new Apple trends. They don't want to make the Apple transition, and they've never heard of iMovie or Quicktime. They just want to use their own devices. They want to make instructional videos for their students or have their students make videos with music and pictures to help them learn new subject areas. Maybe they want to make videos for Open House for parents, but they just don't know where to start.

Come learn how to create videos with Windows Movie Maker on your laptop and on your Android phone. We will even show you how to incorporate Google slides into the video making fun for student projects. We will provide access to slides with multiple ideas for video usage in the classroom and in the entire school. Here is a new way to get your students and teachers engaged in Bring Your Own Device!

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Chanel Alford-Campbell

Technology Integration Specialist, Alexandria City Public Schools
Chanel Alford-Campbell grew up in Richmond, Virginia and attended Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. She was an award-winning middle and high school Marketing teacher for 12 years before becoming a technology integration specialist in Alexandria City Public Schools, where... Read More →
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Sonja Bridgers

Instructional Specialist, Career and Technical Education, Norfolk Public Schools
I've been an educator for 25 years. Formerly I was a business and information technology teacher (my first education love). I then moved into the realm of ITRT and I now have the opportunity to provide instructional support for middle and high school CTE teachers.

Sunday December 3, 2017 12:45pm - 1:45pm EST
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