Consortium Members

Charles City County
Chesterfield County
Colonial Heights
Dinwiddie County
Goochland County
Hanover County
Henrico County
Hopewell City
King George County
Louisa County
Petersburg City
Powhatan County
Prince George County
Richmond City
Sussex County
Dept of Correctional Education
Science Museum of Virginia
WCVE Community Idea Stations
Virginia Commonwealth University
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Mission: 
Empower teachers to integrate technology applications in instruction to enhance student learning

Who Are We?
We are a public educational consortium based in the central region of Virginia comprised of 14 school divisions, WCVE Public Television, Department of Correctional Education,  Virginia Commonwealth University, and the Science Museum of Virginia. You may learn more about us by contacting Mano Talaiver at mano@nitpr.org or (
434) 222-4576.

Year 2011-12

The Consortium is no longer receiving funds from the Virginia Department of Education.  Its leaders, however, continue to work together in providing  professional development in technology across the region.

CVC EdTech Grant

 The primary focus of the consortium is to facilitate the EDTech Grant provided by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002.  We are currently in our seventh year of the grant and details for years one and two are outlined below:


 
 

 

 




Professional Development for
Fall 2010

Spinning A Personal Learning Web
Educators are using the web to connect, learn and grow with others from around the corner and around the world. In this session, you'll be introduced to tools that will help you spin your own personal learning work and interact with professional learning communities.  New

2010 Fall WCVE FBI-SOS Workshop
Safe OnLine Surfing- Student Safety on the Internet - Protecting Our Children from OnLine Dangers
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Create/Re-Create Day Workshop
Closed (Filled)
This hands-on learning event for teachers will explore constructionist learning using Scratch - a free software application from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA)
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