Nominations for 2017 are open now through October 1, 2017. You can submit a nomination for yourself or others using this form.
Do you know someone in your backyard that’s an innovative educator? Someone who deserves recognition for thinking creatively with regards to using technology in instruction?
Our aim is to highlight and recognize innovative educational practices—especially those that champion the smart integration of technology. Entries will be reviewed by the Awards Committee, made up of board members of the Society and previous award winners.
The window for submitting nominations is August 15-October 1, 2017.
Nominees must be members of VSTE, and can be from schools both public and private, can be advocates for education, and faculty and staff of higher education institutions.
Winners will be announced in mid-October 2017 and will receive a complimentary registration for the annual conference in Roanoke where they will be recognized for their achievement.
Thank you for your time and consideration with a nomination!
The VSTE Innovative Educator of the Year award is intended to recognize innovative teaching practices. Nominations are open to VSTE members and are open to any position that supports innovation in education. Entries will be reviewed by a team made up of both VSTE members (who are not eligible to run) and VSTE board members. Nominations will be accepted for a minimum period of one month. Winners will be announced at least one month prior to the annual conference, and VSTE will showcase the Innovative Educator of the Year recipients at VSTE’s annual conference. Award recipients will be featured in VSTE publications, web sites, and in press releases provided to local media.
Matt Caratachea, Henrico County Public Schools
Kim Harrison, Virginia Beach City Public Schools
Dr. Teresa Coffman, University of Mary Washington
William Berry, Henrico County Public Schools
Monica Kissel, Loudoun County Public Schools
Matt Dunleavy, Assistant Professor, Radford University
Adina Popa, Loudoun County Public Schools