Digital Learning Day

By impacting the system through our policy agenda and forecast thinking to our work on the ground, KnowledgeWorks and its subsidiaries are active participants in digital learning – so it only made sense to be a campaign partner with Alliance for Excellent Education to support Digital Learning Day 2013.

What is digital learning?

Digital learning is any instructional practice that effectively uses technology to strengthen a student’s learning experience. Much more than “online learning,” digital learning encompasses a wide spectrum of tools and practice, digital learning emphasizes high-quality instruction and provides access to challenging content, feedback through formative assessment, opportunities for learning anytime and anywhere, and individualized instruction to ensure all students reach their full potential to succeed in college and a career. (from Digital Learning Day)

Following is a compilation page of links to our growing list of blog posts and resources from across our divisions and subsidiaries pertaining to Digital Learning Day (follow the conversation on Twitter using #DLDay.)

 

Forecast 3.0 and Digital Learning Day, by Jesse Moyer

Get Your Learning Playlist On, by Katherine Prince

Ten Biggest Policy Wins Since Digital Learning Day 2012, by Lillian Pace

Digital Learning: Ten Insights From the Future, Katherine Prince

KnowledgeWorks and Digital Learning Day, Byron McCauley

Super Cool, Anytime, Anywhere Learning, Jesse Moyer

Louisiana New Tech @Plain Dealing

What is New Tech? (animated video)

Learning and Working Together Anywhere

Student Voices Heard in Election Process (#MyParty12 project)

Pinning for Parents. One Way to Communicate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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