Did you know that today is the first annual Digital Learning Day? What's that? Established by the Alliance for Excellent Education, it's a day to focus on technology and innovative learning in the classroom. To get educators and institutions together to share experiences, an online town hall meeting that starts at 9 a.m. is scheduled. Join it here.
Meanwhile several states are proceeding with their own offline events.
The Alliance has made it easy for you to get involved today and beyond. For example, its website features a toolkit section with resources for parents, teachers, school librarians and government officials.
It's showcase page features a slew of examples categorized by grade level of how teachers are employing digital learning in the classroom.
If you are unable to get involved in the daytime events, here's a suggestion: sign up for the Making Mobile Meaningful in (and Beyond) Your STEM classroom webinar tonight at 7 p.m. with Hall Davidson. It promises to offer a great deal of digital learning.
How are you incorporating and innovating with digital tools in the classroom? Share your experiences here.