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Digital Learning Day 2016 is less than a month away! Join this nationwide celebration on February 17 and promote effective digital teaching and learning in NC schools!

As you plan events at your school and in your district, be sure to visit our NCDLDay wiki for ideas and resources. On this wiki, you will find:

·        links to the national DLDay website
·        ideas for classroom and school / district DLDay activities
·        outreach resources, including posts for social media, graphics, and more
·        calendar of events for NCDLDay, which includes Twitter chats, DLDay webconferences, and more (visit often for updates)

Here are some things you can do to celebrate NC Digital Learning Day!

·        Get the word out about Digital Learning Day! Share info about DLDay with teachers and leaders in your school / district. Visit the outreach page of the NCDLDay wiki for resources.
·        Add your DLDay events to the national map
·        Share ideas for DLDay activities with your teachers and school / district leaders
·        Encourage your teachers to add their events to the national map
·        Every day between now and Feb, 17th, at least one DLDay-related post will be shared on the wiki and via the NCDPI DTL Facebook / Twitter pages. Are YOU interested in writing a post? Email me!
·        Participate in NCDLDay Twitter chats (see wiki for dates and times); encourage teachers to join the chats, too!
·        Do you have a webpage with professional development presentations and resources? On the professional learning wiki page, there is a form (and responses spreadsheet) where you can share your resources with all of NC! I’ve added my PD link to the spreadsheet as an example.
·        Use the hashtag #NCDLDay in your social media posts
·        Visit the NCDLDay wiki often for updates

Tonight there is a Twitter Chat if you are interested in hearing more.

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Monday, January 25, 2016

Digital Learning Day - February 17!



Digital Learning Day 2016 is less than a month away! Join this nationwide celebration on February 17 and promote effective digital teaching and learning in NC schools!

As you plan events at your school and in your district, be sure to visit our NCDLDay wiki for ideas and resources. On this wiki, you will find:

·        links to the national DLDay website
·        ideas for classroom and school / district DLDay activities
·        outreach resources, including posts for social media, graphics, and more
·        calendar of events for NCDLDay, which includes Twitter chats, DLDay webconferences, and more (visit often for updates)

Here are some things you can do to celebrate NC Digital Learning Day!

·        Get the word out about Digital Learning Day! Share info about DLDay with teachers and leaders in your school / district. Visit the outreach page of the NCDLDay wiki for resources.
·        Add your DLDay events to the national map
·        Share ideas for DLDay activities with your teachers and school / district leaders
·        Encourage your teachers to add their events to the national map
·        Every day between now and Feb, 17th, at least one DLDay-related post will be shared on the wiki and via the NCDPI DTL Facebook / Twitter pages. Are YOU interested in writing a post? Email me!
·        Participate in NCDLDay Twitter chats (see wiki for dates and times); encourage teachers to join the chats, too!
·        Do you have a webpage with professional development presentations and resources? On the professional learning wiki page, there is a form (and responses spreadsheet) where you can share your resources with all of NC! I’ve added my PD link to the spreadsheet as an example.
·        Use the hashtag #NCDLDay in your social media posts
·        Visit the NCDLDay wiki often for updates

Tonight there is a Twitter Chat if you are interested in hearing more.

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