[NHDOE-ETNews] Digital Learning Day ic Coming on February 17th, 2016. Don't Miss it!

Freeda, Stanley Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Tue Feb 2 11:45:59 EST 2016


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ITEM:  Digital Learning Day ic Coming on February 17th, 2016.  Don't Miss it!

The Office of Educational Technology is helping to spread the word about Digital Learning Day (#DLDay) on February 17th, 2016, and we would like you to join in!

It's a day thousands of schools and local communities across the country recognize great teaching practices and showcase innovative teachers, leaders, and instructional technology programs that are improving student outcomes with the help of digital tools.

As a grassroots effort, Digital Learning Day encourages students, teachers, leaders, and communities to be part of transforming our education system. That means thinking differently about how technology can be used to support more engaged, deeper learning opportunities for all students. Get involved by adding an event or activity to the official Digital Learning Day map or joining the online conversation using #DLDay.

Here are three easy messages you can use on your social media, particularly Twitter, to show your support:

*         Save the Date: Digital Learning Day's 5th anniversary is Feb. 17th! Spread the word: http://www.digitallearningday.org.  #DLDay cc. @OfficialDLDay

*         #DLDay is about enhancing the role of the teacher in America's classrooms. Join the movement by hosting an event! http://bit.ly/1Opuv9c

*         Teachers are pairing tech w/ great instruction to help transform America's classrooms. Join them on 2/17! http://bit.ly/1Opuv9c  #DLDay

Year after year, partners have played a crucial role in spreading the word about effective education innovation and reimaging learning in America's classrooms through Digital Learning Day. We're excited to work with you to spread the word about this year's celebration of #DLDay on February 17th.

You can get involved by:


-  Following and engaging with Digital Learning Day on Twitter<https://twitter.com/officialdlday> (@OfficialDLDay) and on Facebook<https://www.facebook.com/NationalDigitalLearningDay>.

-  Using the hashtag #DLDay<https://twitter.com/hashtag/dlday> in your social posts.

-  Posting the provided social media posts and sharing the email blurb within a week of receiving.

-  Hosting your own Twitter chat, writing your own blog, or otherwise activating your community around digital learning and #DLDay.

-  Sharing how YOU will celebrate Digital Learning Day on February 17th.

-  Engaging in online conversations about what digital equity looks like in 2016 and beyond (more to come on this opportunity).

For more information please visit DigitalLearningDay.org<http://www.digitallearningday.org/>. We're excited to celebrate with you on February 17th.


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