The 2020 Annual VSTE Conference is going virtual!

conference on zoom downloaded from Unsplash created by Chris Montgomery

The same quality presentations, exhibits and resources as before from the comfort of a computer screen.


Participate !

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Register for the conference .There’s never been a more important time to learn how instructional technology can support learning.


Kim Lane Clark

Kim Lane Clark, Ed.S.

Kim Lane Clark is is an award-winning educator and keynote speaker based in Texas, and the Director of Engagement and a computer science/ed-tech consultant. Kim began her career in educational technology 11 years ago, teaching students in grades K-12 in Mississippi and Texas. Today, she coaches hundreds of educators — both face to face and virtually — in Computer Science, Diversity inclusion, Blended Learning strategies, and Project-Based Learning (PBL).

She has also served as the computer science president for ISTE Computer Science Network, and currently serves as a consultant for EdTechTeam,, The Director of Sponsorship for Girls in Tech and is the city lead for Black Tech Women in Dallas. Every year, ISTE honors individuals who are leading the way in accelerating the use of technology to solve tough problems in education and inspire innovation, and in 2018 Clark was one of five emerging K-12 officials to gain this recognition.


Lynmara Colon

Lynmara Colón

Lynmara Colón brings the perspective of a teacher, assistant principal, and principal—positions she has held since joining education in 2003. As principal, she served over 1,000 students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade and was able to increase reading engagement by leading a culture of innovative practices. She now heads the office that provides comprehensive registration services to English learners and immigrant children, instruction and professional learning, and parent engagement, including translation and interpretation services, to a school division serving over 90,000 students. These students represent 124 countries and 149 languages. She is one of the National School Board Association’s 20 to watch educational leaders and the co-author of “Empower Our Girls: Opening the Doors for Girls to Achieve More”. Colón holds two master’s degrees: a degree in curriculum and instruction, and the other in educational leadership. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in education through Old Dominion University.


Exhibitors may register for a spot in our virtual exhibit hall with an opportunity to interact with participants and collect lead information.