transformED 2022

Join in person or virtually on June 14-15.

Session #239229

The transformED Conference is a one-and-a-half-day learning experience designed to empower educators as we connect, collaborate, and consider how to transform learning through our classrooms, campuses, districts, and beyond. This year’s conference will continue focus on an adventure mindset to navigate and explore our new educational landscape. Join us for a conference experience that will impact you and your learners in a way that you will not soon forget! Hope to see you there! 
Last Call New Price and Shorter Schedule $125 for transformED
  • Registration Fee: $125

    Enhanced Curriculum Co-op members may attend for a reduced fee of $75. 


    Email for more information about discounts.


Check out some of the exciting breakout sessions you will have the opportunity to attend during transformED 2022!


Together, we'll tackle some of the most pressing issues facing our educators today, including:


  • Increasing Student Engagement and Motivation
  • Creating Relevant Learning Experiences that connect to the TEKS
  • Utilizing Meaningful Technology to enhance your student's experiences 
  • Implementing Innovative Strategies that can make your load as a teacher more manageable


Brad Waid

Brad Waid

Brad is an Award-Winning Global Motivational Speaker, Educator, Emerging Technology Leader, Global Influencer, International Keynote Speaker and Author, recognized as the #14 Global Influencer in Augmented Reality (Onalytica), one of the top 20 Global Futurist and Global Keynote Speakers (TAFFD) and he was awarded the “20 to Watch” by the National School Board Association.  An award recognizing individuals who will have the greatest impact in education over the next 20 years.  Brad’s knowledge of educational technology, applying technology into industry and his passion to inspire educational and industrial change, makes him a highly sought after speaker who makes an impact where ever he goes. 

Brad has spoken at hundreds of conferences all over the world.  His inspirational and entertaining keynotes leaves the audience wanting more.  His message of technology, humanity and humor educate and entertain audiences on the latest in tech, our future, where we are going and what we need to be doing now.  

Willie Thomas

Director of Media Integration at Robinson ISD, an Adobe Creative Educator, Google Certified Educator and loving every minute of it. Willie's mission is to help teachers and students make technology be a transformational part of a students education. He believes that it is our jobs as educators to prepare them for the future that lies ahead and give them the tools that they will need to be competitive in life. Willie got into education to produce amazing leaders and creators that will help our world continue to be a place of discovery and innovation. 

Lindsey Helton

Lindsey Helton serves Alta Vista Elementary as principal and lead learner.  She taught elementary math, science, and social studies for Waco ISD for 5 years before transitioning into instructional leadership.  Lindsey is a self-proclaimed "book worm" and tries to instill a love of reading in all students and staff.  She enjoys serving on the board for the Junior League of Waco and the Central Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  Lindsey  is supported by her husband, Matthew, and two children, Joshua and Olivia. 

Jess Houser

Clifton ISD, Middle school RLA teacher. In the past, I have taught 6th-12th grade ELAR. This year, I teach 6th grade ELAR (RLA) and write for a local news agency (Bosque County Blast). My goal is to empower students to take ownership of their learning, try new things, and encourage one another in a synergistic environment. 

Jo Spark

Jo Spark is the Master Teacher of Innovation at  Alta Vista Elementary. She has taught third, fourth, and fifth grades in her fifteen years of teaching.  Her passion is providing an opportunity for students to find their voices and become deeply involved with the issues that change our world for the better through Problem Based Learning experiences.  She is an avid reader and a fan of college basketball, especially the Baylor Bears. She and her husband, Harvey, love spending time with their seven children and fourteen grandchildren.

One conference. Two days. All Educators.