Two SBTS Named LEGO Master Educators
Two FCPS school-based technology specialists (SBTS) have been named LEGO Master Educators. Mathieu Campet of Wolftrap Elementary and Brian LaChance of Keene Mill Elementary, were among three Virginia educators named to the 2019 list. Campet is a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) teacher, SBTS, and website curator. He studied early childhood education at James Madison University and integration of technology in education at George Mason University, where he earned a master’s degree. Brian Lachance is in his seventh year as an SBTS at Keene Mill, where he works with students and teachers daily to bring 21st century learning to all. He also serves as his school’s website curator. The LEGO® Education Master Educator Program recognizes educators who embody the LEGO® Education mission of enabling success for all students through hands-on learning experiences in early learning through high school. The Master Educator Program is a network of early learning through secondary educators who use LEGO® Education solutions in their classroom to inspire future generations. Master Educators provide valuable feedback to advance hands-on learning, share best practices, participate in LEGO® Education events, and receive insider news. Contact the FCPS Office of Communication and Community Relations at 571-423-1200.