A partnership of JMU M. Ed. in Educational Technology, SVTC and VSTE
Reaching out to educators in the Shenandoah Valley and beyond
April 7, 2017
Wild Imaginations, Curious Children, and Stories from Student-Ready Educators
Stephanie Passman & Eric Bredder, Albemarle County Public Schools
Our goal everyday is to make school awesome for students and teachers alike. We will share ways to provide each student with the necessary resources to learn, take meaningful risks, and create physical and digital representations of their original ideas. We will share anecdotes that provide strong evidence of the student learning that occurs while building meaningful relationships, and fostering creativity and collaboration. Student-ready educators are prepared for all students, so they can be prepared for their future.
We are excited to welcome Stephanie Passman and Eric Bredder as keynote speakers. These educators from Albemarle County will talk with us about creating innovative learning environments where students collaborate and create as a natural part of the learning process. Thanks for EN Computers for their support of the keynote.
Mark your calendars for this annual event. We're working on the schedule right now...we'll be sending more information in the new year. Want to stay up to date? Join VSTE (it's free!) and you'll be on the cutting edge. Join Now!
Memorial Hall,James Madison University, 395 South High Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia
Brainstorm 2017 is held in a public space, therefore we do not prohibit participants, exhibitors, sponsors, or news organizations from photographing conference activities. VSTE, SVTC and James Madison University reserve the right to use images taken at the Conference with your photograph and/or likeness on social media and/or in future marketing materials. We are NOT responsible for individual attendee’s use of your image or likeness.
Parking will be available on campus but it is limited. Consider car pooling.