Even if your technology skills are limited, you can still participate.
- Start a conversation. At a PTA/PTO meeting, in your school, department, library, or community-based organization, talk about your goals for your students and how digital learning can help meet their needs. Watch the Digital Learning Days National Town Hall meeting on Feb. 6, and participate virtually. Watch the daylong webcast and pass it on to others who care about student learning.
- Try one new thing. Sample an online lesson, use mobile devices in class, start a wiki, use digital storytelling, start a project-based learning unit, challenge your teaching and see what digital technology can do for you and your students.
Digital Learning Days is not just for schools; learning takes place in many environments, so libraries, community or afterschool programs, and other groups along with parents and students are all encouraged to participate.