NEW DATE: March 15, 2023
The start of a new year is a perfect year to reflect, reframe, and reprioritize much of everyday life and focus on making intentional connections. As educators, we know that relationships and connections are the foundation of effective practices and for increasing student engagement. For over two years, the education community has encountered many challenges such as learning loss and staffing shortages. Yet in the face of these challenges, educators continue to rise to the occasion, and there is much to celebrate.
All4Ed’s 12th Annual Digital Learning Day (#DLDay) will be held on Wednesday, March 15, 2023. We will highlight how educators across the country are utilizing digital learning tools to create authentic connections and personalized learning opportunities for every student, everywhere.
When All4Ed held its inaugural #DLDay more than a decade ago, many districts, schools, and educators were uncertain about the role digital learning could play in their classrooms. The connections between technology, innovation, and equity were nebulous at best. Now, as access to technology has become more ubiquitous, personalized digital learning strategies are a lifeline and a means to level the playing field and close equity gaps, as districts leverage high-quality evidence-based strategies to ensure that each student has the learning opportunities they need and deserve.
Now more than ever, educators need to make intentional connections with fellow educators and students, share, and celebrate the many successes happening in their schools and classrooms each day.
Making Connections, Every Student, Everywhere
Find A Digital Learning Tool
Browse one of the 14 digital learning choice boards for lessons, activities, events, and resources.
PLan an Event
Plan an activity, lesson, or event to celebrate.
Connecting Students to Learning Through Digital Tools Webinar
Learn about 10 digital learning tools that support student learning.
Digital Learning Day LIVE!
Hear from school leaders, elected officials, and policy experts as they celebrate Digital Learning Day.