Digital Learning Day Live!
Friday, March 13, 2015, 12:00pm – 1:15pm CST
Digital Learning Day Live! will highlight some of the nation’s most promising digital learning initiatives and foster a stimulating discussion about what it takes to integrate technology effectively, strategically, and meaningfully in schools. The national event will be broadcast live from the 2015 Teaching & Learning Conference in Washington, DC, in front of more than 3,000 National Board Certified teachers and administrators.
NBC News Chief Education Correspondent Rehema Ellis will serve as moderator for the live broadcast, which will feature national leaders in education technology, as well as school leaders, teachers, and students from four innovative school districts: Baltimore County Public Schools, Houston Independent School District, Huntsville School District (AR), and Vista Unified School District (CA).
The virtual conference platform will provide:
- FREE access to view Digital Learning Day Live! and other sessions at the 2015 Teaching & Learning Conference
- Online chat and integrated Twitter feeds
- Online polling features to weigh in on discussion topics
- Additional video content and resources on the schools and districts highlighted
- Access to virtual events hosted by Digital Learning Day partners around the country, including the Arkansas Department of Education, the California Writing Project, and the National Park Service.
Digital Learning Day Live! is just one of hundreds of local celebrations taking place on March 13 in classrooms, schools, districts, libraries, and more.
Watch live event below!
About Digital Learning Day:
Digital Learning Day increases equity and access to high-quality digital learning opportunities that empower teachers, increase student engagement, and improve college and career readiness. From classroom activities to district- and statewide initiatives, Digital Learning Day events are diverse and unique and share the goals of encouraging innovation, supporting teachers, and spreading best practices for the use of technology in schools.