Digital Learning Day 2018: How Innovative Districts Blend Teaching and Technology to Improve Student Outcomes

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February 22, 2018

Panelists
Tom Arnett, Senior Research Fellow in Education, Clayton Christensen Institute (@ArnettTom)
Nikolaus Namba, Director of Twenty-First-Century Learning and Technology, Lindsay Unified School District (California) (@NikNamba‏)
Beth Rabbitt, Chief Executive Officer, The Learning Accelerator (@BethRabbitt)
Joe Vagt, Blended Learning Specialist, Lindsay Unified School District (California)

Moderator
Tom Murray, Director of Innovation, Future Ready Schools® (@thomascmurray)

On February 22, ALL4ED and Future Ready Schools® held the seventh annual Digital Learning Day (DLDay), a nationwide celebration created by the Alliance for Excellent Education (All4Ed) that highlights great teaching and demonstrates how technology can improve student outcomes.

During this webinar, All4Ed spotlighted DLDay events happening live around the country and released a new report, Blending Teaching and Technology: Simple Strategies for Improved Student Learning. The report offers a collection of strategies aligned to the Future Ready Schools® framework that school district leaders can use to implement an instructional approach supported by blended learning.

The webinar and the report also highlighted how Lindsay Unified School District in California uses blended learning to support its performance-based system of progression, in which students move through instructional content at their own pace, advancing only once they have mastered all the standards from the previous content level.

To learn more about DLDay 2018 and check out celebrations happening in schools and classrooms across the country, visit digitallearningday.org. Follow the conversation on Twitter using #DLDay or @OfficialDLDay.

Please direct questions concerning the webinar to [email protected]