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. 
avatar for Nicholas Grzeda

Nicholas Grzeda

Loudoun County Public Schools
Digital Integration Specialist
21000 Education Court
Nick Grzeda is a Digital Integration Specialist in the Office of Educational Technology for Loudoun County Public Schools. His responsibilities include managing the LMS for the division; leading divisionwide initiatives like BYOT and providing staff training in the area of blended learning; assisting with live broadcasting across the division; and coordinating the annual Inspire Loudoun Teacher Conference. Nick also works with integrating the Computer Science Standards in grades K-8 with Micki Laycock and supports the work of the three Computer Science Immersion Elementary Schools - Meadowland ES, Moorefield Station ES, and Round Hill ES.

Prior to working in the Office of Educational Technology, Nick was the Technology Resource Teacher at Rock Ridge High School (2014-16) and taught English at Loudoun County High School from 2005-14. During his final year teaching English, he taught AP English Literature, English 11 Honors, and Etymology which contained various flipped classroom and project-based learning elements. Nick was also the Head Coach of the Varsity Swim Team at LCHS from 2005-14 and sponsored the LCHS Poetry Club from 2009-14.

Before moving to Loudoun County Public Schools in 2005, Mr. Grzeda taught Special Education and English for several years for Fairfax County Public Schools. While in Fairfax County he taught at both James Fennimore Cooper and Rachel Carson Middle Schools. He earned both a BA in English Literature as well as a BS in Business Management from Virginia Tech in 2001, and later received his Masters Degree in Special Education ED/LD from George Mason University in 2005.