On Digital Learning Day 2020, states, districts, and schools will show how innovation occurs in every classroom, every day, through the effective use of technology. To kick off this year’s celebration, we will take a behind the scenes look inside schools from around the county to show how educators are shifting their mindsets, leveraging technology as a tool for learning, and being empowered to reframe learning experiences each day. Our hosts, Brianna Hodges, Adam Phyall, and Tom Murray will share and discuss the many success stories from schools and districts across the country. They will highlight innovative programs such as a statewide network that provides internet access for each student, effective one-to-one implementation, and examples of how schools break down barriers to ensure that each student has access to opportunities.
EducationSuperHighway and the Alliance for Excellent Education Partner to Highlight How Digital Learning is Transforming America’s Classrooms Press ReleaseNovember 25, 2019
EducationSuperHighway and the Alliance for Excellent Education (All4Ed) announced a partnership to promote the ninth annual Digital Learning Day (DLDay). The partnership will launch with a campaign that showcases short stories – one for each state – about schools removing barriers, saving time, and improving outcomes for students by embracing digital learning.
In this webinar veteran Principal and Future Ready Advisor, Jimmy Casas, discussed how school leaders create cultures of innovation in their schools. It’s no secret that school and district leadership set the tone for such transformation, but building trust, modeling the way, and creating a culture of excellence remain vital for the change process to happen and be sustainable over time. Future Ready Schools’ Director of Innovation, Thomas C. Murray, moderated the event and drew upon his experience as a former principal and district level leader. Additionally, he shared what’s been happening around the nation through the work of Future Ready Schools.
During this webinar, Prince George’s County Public Schools (MD) and Vancouver Public Schools (WA) will showcase their innovative partnerships. Sarah Thomas will discuss how instructional coaches can facilitate learning experiences, where students and teachers “learn by doing” through creating and collaborating. Also, Lisa Spencer will share several school- and district-wide digital learning initiatives. Mark Ray will explore ways in which librarians can lead, teach, and support schools both on their own and in collaboration with instructional coaches. Traci Chun and Kelsey Aske will discuss their work at Skyview High School in Vancouver, Washington.
Digital Learning Day 2018: How Innovative Districts Blend Teaching and Technology to Improve Student Outcomes Webinar/EventFebruary 22, 2018
The webinar and the report highlights how Lindsay Unified School District in California uses blended learning to support its performance-based system of progression, in which students move through instructional content at their own pace, advancing only once they have mastered all the standards from the previous content level.
On Digital Learning Day, Feb. 22 next year, the museum will be airing the webcast Fighting for the Right to Fight, which tells the story of how African Americans in the war effort pursued a double victory: over the Axis powers abroad, but also over cruel injustice and discrimination at home.