Welcome to Virginia’s world famous Technology in Education conference. Whether you are a first-time attendee or a seasoned veteran you will find the conference full of information ready to take back to your school or workplace.

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We do not plan to have paper programs available on site. If you would like a printed program, please print a personal copy prior to arriving at the conference.

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Sunday, December 2 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
PD for 700 Teachers on the first day of Summer Vacation? Yes, you can!

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The 2018 Inspire Loudoun Teacher Conference was held on Monday, June 18, at Riverside High School - this was the first day of summer vacation for Loudoun County Public School teachers. Just over 800 teachers attended the six, 50 minute sessions that took place; and each session had 25-28 presentations for them to choose from. The Inspire Loudoun Teacher Conference is a teacher-run professional learning day where Loudoun County Public Schools teachers come together to share best practices in teaching with technology. Over the past seven years, this conference has hosted over 600 teachers over a single non-contract day who exchanged ideas on collaborative practices, flipping the classroom, project and problem-based learning, Computer Science, STEM, use of 1:1 and BYOT devices for teaching and learning, and much more. In this session, we will discuss the history of this conference, the successes and the iterations that it went through when changes needed to be made; and how this can be developed in other school divisions.
  • Please view the 2018 VSTE Presentation here.
  • Please view the Inspire Loudoun 2019 website so that you can get updates for the conference on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.
  • Follow us @inspireloudoun or #inspireloudoun19

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Nick Grzeda

Supervisor, Computer Science, Loudoun County Public Schools
Nick Grzeda is the Supervisor for Computer Science in Loudoun County Public Schools. From 2016-2020, Nick was a Digital Integration Specialist in the Office of Educational Technology and was responsible for managing VISION (LCPS instance of Moodle); leading division-wide initiatives... Read More →
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Jason Robey

Jason Robey is a 2003 graduate of James Madison University with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Social Science with a minor in Middle Education. He began his teaching career that same year teaching sixth grade science and mathematics at Farmwell Station Middle School. For... Read More →

Sunday December 2, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST