EdTechRVA2018 has ended

Hosted by The Greater Richmond Area Education Technology Consortium (GRAETC). Educators in the Greater-Richmond Area, passionately supporting connected learning.

PLEASE NOTE:  Using this tool to mark your personal scheduling preferences does not reserve a seat for marked sessions, nor does it register you for the conference.  

We do not plan to have paper programs available on site. If you would like a printed program, select the printer icon to the right to print a personal copy.  

EdTechRVA 2018 is held in a public space, therefore we do not prohibit participants, exhibitors, sponsors, or news organizations from photographing conference activities. GRAETC, Longwood University, VCU, and VSTE 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.

Deanne Barnett

As a classroom teacher for sixteen years, I have watched as technology has changed and has become a necessary tool in the classroom. During my time teaching physical science, I have created and implemented lessons that encourage students to use technology as well as their creativity to make their learning memorable and applicable. As I teach, I feel it is my job to give my students tools that can be used in my classroom as well as other classes. I love the saying, “A good lesson is one that makes it to the dinner table,” and my hope is that by creating innovative lessons, my students are able to take their knowledge and get excited enough to share it with others.