Virtual School Meanderings

April 11, 2012

Digital Learning Day: Call For Proposals

Also from Monday’s inbox…

Digital Learning Day: Call For Proposals

The Alliance for Excellent Education seeks to build upon the success of its first-ever Digital Learning Day by identifying and continuing to showcase teachers and schools that are effectively using digital learning technologies to accelerate student achievement. We seek to highlight best practices and models where leaders are strategically and systemically incorporating technology into instructional practices including digital content, online courses & professional development, formative assessment, as well as the use of data to inform school improvement efforts.

The Alliance invites any and all teachers, schools, districts, states and other organizations such as libraries, afterschool programs or community-based organizations to submit proposals to be considered for our work leading up to Digital Learning Day 2013. Such activities may include being showcased on our site, hosting a school visit, being highlighted in a case study, having an opportunity for a teacher to be a guest blogger, developing tips of the day, or the potential to be featured in other ways leading up to Digital Learning Day 2013 on Wednesday, February 6, 2013.

More information, including instructions on how to submit a proposal, is available at http://www.digitallearningday.org/showcase/callforproposals2012. Submissions are due no later than April 27, 2012.

Please send this “Call for Proposals” and the link above to your constituencies in your email blasts, newsletters, blogs and other forms of communication. The more the merrier! If you have any questions, please contact Sara Hall at shall@all4ed.org.

To learn more about Digital Learning Day, visit http://www.digitallearningday.org, or follow us on twitter at @DLDay2012 and #DLDay.


Alliance for Excellent Education, 1201 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 901, Washington, DC 20036 United States

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