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Welcome to the EdTechRVA 2017 conference schedule.  EdTechRVA is organized by GRAETC as a VSTE affiliate, and in partnership with VCU and Longwood University. 

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.  

Session Evalutions - Please complete an evaluation on each breakout session you attend.  An overall conference evaluation will be sent via email the day after the conference.

EdTechRVA 2017 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.  
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Robin L. Edwards

Chesterfield County Public Schools
Instructional Technology Integrator
I have been in the field of education for thirty-seven years both as a special education teacher and as a technology integrator. I am a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. My interests outside of technology are creating stained glass art, landscape painting and spending quality time with my three grandchildren Abigail, Jacob, and Leah. As an Instructional Technology Integrator, I try to follow some very basic rules of life when working with teachers, students, and folks in general. I have a strong belief in people and I try to see them more capable than they believe themselves to be. I attempt never to be judgmental, my job is to find folks where they are and go from there. I endeavor to give them positive support and knowledge that I believe they are capable of anything they choose to do. It is important to remember as a technology integrator that I may have all the skills in the world when dealing with technology, but if I cannot share that information in a positive, supportive manner, it does me no good nor does it help the people I am working with.