Digital Learning Day 2017: The Value of a Connected Classroom
The Alliance for Excellent Education Invites You to Participate in a Webinar on
Digital Learning Day 2017:
The Value of a Connected Classroom
Harrison Goodwin, EdD, Superintendent, Chesterfield County Schools (SC)
Christian Johnson, Fifth-Grade Teacher, Hawthorne Elementary School (MD)
Phillip Lovell, Vice President of Policy Development and Government Relations, Alliance for Excellent Education
Shannon McClintock Miller, Teacher Librarian and Technology Integration Specialist; Spokesperson, Future Ready Librarians; Spokesperson, Project Connect
Bob Wise, President, Alliance for Excellent Education
On February 23, 2017, the sixth annual Digital Learning Day (DLDay), educators and students from around the country participated in a nationwide celebration highlighting great teaching and demonstrating how technology can improve student outcomes. This webinar highlighted DLDay events from around the country while also providing important and practical information for superintendents, principals, teachers, and librarians.
Specifically, the webinar focused on the challenges—funding and otherwise—and solutions to building out a school district’s technology infrastructure in order to provide high-speed connections to the internet that are so vital to twenty-first-century teaching and learning. It also featured advice and tips for librarians and teachers from digital innovators on how to take advantage of connected classrooms to build rigorous and relevant lesson plans and other activities that can engage today’s students and prepare them for success.
Webinar panelists addressed questions from the online audience. Follow Digital Learning Day on Twitter @OfficialDLDay or with the hashtag #DLDay.
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