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.

Use the schedule to plan your conference. VSTE will NOT be providing a printed copy of the schedule so if you prefer paper, please print your own. If you create an account with sched.com, you can save and share your favorites as well as print a personalized schdule.

IMPORTANT: While we encourage you to save and share, indicating interest in a session DOES NOT guarantee a seat in a session. All sessions, with the exception of Promethean’s Escape Room, are first come, first served. 
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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 Administration. I chaired the New and Emerging Technology Committee for Prince William County Schools for 2 years looking at key trends in technology and how they impact classroom instruction. I am currently the Instructional Technologist at Forest Park High where I support, train and coach the staff and students in the optimal use of technology in the classrooms. I am also one of the instructors of e-21st teacher graduate program at the University of Virginia.