Nationwide celebration ofinnovative teaching andlearning through digitalmedia and technology Engages students and provides them with a rich, personalized, educational experience
Garnered Support From:Nearly 2 millionstudents20,000 teachers25 nationalmemberorganizations39 states and theDistrict of Columbia
Any instructional practice that effectively uses technology to strengthen the student learning experience. DataAssessment Professional Learning Learning Blended Learning CollaborationManagement Platforms Adaptive Software Anytime, Online Learning Anywhere
Join the Wave of Innovation! Everyone Welcome: • Educators • Principals • Parents • Students • Businesses • Public Libraries • District Leaders • State Leaders It takes less than five minutes • National Leaders Easy and Free
Visit the Learn & Explore section of the website tofind valuable resources for teachers, schoollibrarians, principals, district leaders, and members ofthe community.
New to the idea of Know your way around a Or, showcase yourtechnology for learning? laptop, but want to do success! Start a conversation! more? Try something new!• School board meeting • Try an online module • Submit a video• Department meeting or lesson plan • Participate in our• PTA meeting • Skype in an expert national town hall• Parent groups • Flip learning for a day meeting• Professional learning • Have a BYOT day • Plan a showcase for communities your local leaders or legislators
Watch National Town Hall Meeting Live at the NewseumSubmit Videos ofLearning in Action
Spread the Word • Share Governor Bob Wises video announcing the second annual Digital Learning Day. • Send an Email Announcement to districts, schools, parents, or community members. • Send a Letter to Parents. • Post the Digital Learning Day button on your website. • Hand out the Digital Learning Day one-pager.
Screencap imagesfrom “A Vision of K-12 Students Today” athttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A- ZVCjfWf8
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