Anita Harris

Anita Harris Instructional Technology Specialist Cumberland County Public Schools   Educational Leadership Experience As a classroom teacher, I was chosen to participate on the school leadership team, provide professional development and also be a technology lead teacher. I moved into the ITRT role and has been providing leadership, support and professional development to teachers, students and administrators. … Continue reading Anita Harris
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David French

David French Principal and Digital Learning Leader Virginia Beach City Public Schools     Educational Leadership Experience I am in my 29th year in education. The past 15 years have been as an elementary school principal. All of my experience has been in the Virginia Beach Schools. The past 7 years have been very exciting … Continue reading David French
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Big Deal Book, April 3, 2017

VSTE partners with Big Deal Media to bring you the best in online resources for digital learning and professional development plus grant and competition opportunities and more. In this edition, you can Combine Learning with Playing, Collaborate Across Cultures & More. Here are a few of our favorites from this edition...be sure to check the … Continue reading Big Deal Book, April 3, 2017
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Spring 2017 CETL Study Groups Scheduled

The VSTE CoSN Council has scheduled two sets of CETL® study groups in Northern and Central Virginia. They will be led by Dr. Barbara Gruber from Loudoun County and Tim Tillman from Colonial Heights, both CETL certified educators. Northern Virginia: This study group will be held at the Steven F. Udvar Hazy Center, 14390 Air … Continue reading Spring 2017 CETL Study Groups Scheduled
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Change Is Hard: Tips for a New Tech Coach

Change is hard. Resistance to change is hard. Staffing changes at schools are hard. Being a new teacher, or a new student at a school is hard. Being a new ITC (Instructional Technology Coordinator in Arlington Public Schools, similar to ITRTs. ) at a new school is equally hard, but recognizing some of the challenges, … Continue reading Change Is Hard: Tips for a New Tech Coach
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Leading Ed Forum Sponsor Information

The 2nd annual Leading Ed Forum will be held October 19 and 20, 2017, at the Daniel Technology Center in Culpeper, Virginia. This event is designed for school division instruction and technology leaders including chief technology officers, technology directors, and superintendents. Session topics will focus on E-rate, digital equity, 1:1 initiatives, and student data privacy. … Continue reading Leading Ed Forum Sponsor Information
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Leading Ed Forum Sponsor Information

The 2nd annual Leading Ed Forum will be held October 19 and 20, 2017, at the Daniel Technology Center in Culpeper, Virginia. This event is designed for school division instruction and technology leaders including chief technology officers, technology directors, and superintendents. Session topics will focus on E-rate, digital equity, 1:1 initiatives, and student data privacy. … Continue reading Leading Ed Forum Sponsor Information
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Registration Open for VSTE SuperHero Summit aka Googlepalooza

Join us for this professional development event! Registration open now...schedule coming soon. Register here.
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Federal Budget Threatens to Starve Education

From the ISTE Advocacy Network: On March 16, 2017, The White House released the President's proposed "Skinny Budget" for FY18, a streamlined blueprint for next year's budget that does not contain much detail about specific changes. What is clear from this Skinny Budget is that the President is attempting to make good on his previously announced … Continue reading Federal Budget Threatens to Starve Education
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Federal Budget Threatens to Starve Education

From the ISTE Advocacy Network: On March 16, 2017, The White House released the President's proposed "Skinny Budget" for FY18, a streamlined blueprint for next year's budget that does not contain much detail about specific changes. What is clear from this Skinny Budget is that the President is attempting to make good on his previously announced … Continue reading Federal Budget Threatens to Starve Education
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