Just wanted to do a quick introduction. I'm not much of an ISTE person, huge conferences and formalized training have never been anything of interest, but I've worked deeply in educational technology/universal design since 1995 when I first built a fully networked high school with teacher laptops and hundreds of Macs and PCs for kids (with 11 images, ranging from science to publishing). Before that I did tech with the NYPD.
Later I developed accessible computing at Grand Valley State University, for homeless education in Grand Rapids, MI, with Voc Rehab agencies. Now I am Project Director for Design 2015 in the Albemarle (VA) County Public Schools, leading a transformational change project involving technology, space design, furniture, schedule changes, and of course pedagogical change across 26 schools. home | acpsdesign2015
I've found that integrating technology in ways which transform really requires IEPs for every teacher. There is no other way.