Written by: Hannah Schobel
Date: February 5, 2018

Digital Learning Day 2/22/2018


We are excited to celebrate Digital Learning Day, a national campaign that shines a spotlight on successful instructional practice and effective use of technology in education. This year, we will be participating in a FREE virtual conference via Google Hangouts (and streamed live via YouTube) full of sessions highlighting great tools and resources for the classroom. 

Mark 2/22/18 on your calendars as a fun-filled day of digital learning, and follow the links below at the times specified to view our webinars. Don’t forget to use the live chat feature during the event to ask questions (you must be logged into your Google account).


Playlists for Student-Centered Instruction
By: Elizabeth Curtis
9:00 am – 9:20 am

Not ready to jump into a full station-rotation model? A great way to begin student-centered instruction is through independent study using playlists. Learn how to reassemble resources to personalize the needs of learners.

Go to webinar


Google Field Trips
By: Elizabeth Curtis
11:30 am – 11:50 am

Traveling across the globe has never been easier! Using Google Maps, My Maps, and Google Tour Builder, your students can take part in virtual field trips, interactive lessons, and so much more! This session will look at the various ways Google Geo Tools can be integrated into your classrooms.

Go to webinar


Certificates of Attendance are available for each event. To obtain, simply:

  1.  View a live or recorded session
  2. Write down the code given during the session
  3. Review materials provided by the presenter
  4. Go to [link will be provided on 2/22/18] to request a certificate by return email

Problems or verification questions?   Call 800-966-9638.