Vermont Fest 2019 has ended
Welcome to the interactive web schedule for the 2019 Vermont Fest Conference! Click on the "Helpful Info" section below for tips on navigating this site, and building your own agenda. (as of November 15, 2019)


PLEASE NOTE: Some sessions have a limited capacity. Seating for all sessions is first-come, first-serve. Advance RSVP is not an option; adding an item to your agenda in Sched does not guarantee you a seat. Look for LIMITED CAPACITY in the session title to see which sessions are going to close their doors after capacity is hit and read the session description to see how many people they will accept. 
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Allan Miller

Charlotte Central School
Instructional Coach and Personalization Coordinator
Charlotte, Vermont
Allan has been involved in public education for the past 33 years, with assignments ranging from teaching science, Russian and robotics, mentoring early career teachers in Alaskan native villages, and being a school principal for grades K-12 in Vermont and Alaska.   Currently he is the instructional coach and technology integrationist for Charlotte Central School, while pursuing a life-long passion for space education as a NASA Solar System Ambassador through the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.    

Allan  is also the Transformational Learning Leader at Charlotte Central School in Vermont where he partners with teachers like CoPresenter Tasha Grey to help create engaging learning experiences that are rich in content, technology and challenge.   Prior to moving to Vermont to become a Principal, he spent 25 years teaching science and Russian in Alaska.  His passion is space science, and he has been a consultant and outreach coordinator with several NASA projects and is currently a JPL Solar System Ambassador.      

My Speakers Sessions

Thursday, November 14

1:30pm EST