Announcing Digital Learning Day
US Digital Literacy, in partnership with the Alliance for Excellent Education led for Governor Bob Wise, is pleased to announce our participation in the first ever Digital Learning Day campaign. This national campaign is designed to celebrate innovative teaching and highlight practices that make learning more personalized and engaging for students, exploring how digital learning can provide all students with the opportunities they deserve – to build the skills needed to succeed in college, career, and life. Through this campaign, we are hoping to build momentum for a wave of innovation that changes policies, shifts attitudes, and supports wide-scale adoption of these promising instructional practices.
By signing up now, participants will have access to targeted toolkits outlining ideas and ways to plan their Digital Learning Day celebration, as well as updates, informational videos, …
February 1st is Digital Learning Day –
Teachers may want to sign up to take part in Digital Learning Day on Feb. 1st. Your students can join 350,000 other students from 33 states to see exciting things happening with technology. Use the information as your own professional staff development on effective and innovative practices. You can add your class to the event by going online to www.digitallearningday.org
and also get information via Twitter @DLDay2012
WIKI's are online databases that will store your information, much like a flashdrive. The thing about my flashdrive is I keep putting it down somewhere and I forget where it is. They also break and can easily get corrupted! My wiki's can be accessed from any computer with an internet connection with my user name and password.
Wiki's via a website such as www.pbworks.com or www.wikispaces.com are fairly user friendly and offer privacy if you want it. But the greatest thing I find about Wiki's is they easily let me share information with whomever I choose.
Wiki's are great for sharing lesson plans with other teachers, they are great for storing photos, and weblinks. With wikis you can sort information into folders, add information, and delete with the click of a mouse.
Check out this video to help you understand more …