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Digital Learning Day

Friday, February 25, 2022

Digital Learning Day or #DLDay is an online celebration where educators share great ideas, amazing stories, and promising practices through social media and within their own schools and communities. Thousands of local events, interactive activities, and lessons mark the importance of innovation in schools and remind district leaders that every day should be a digital learning day in public school classrooms.

Now, more than ever, digital learning is not confined to a school or classroom. Instead learning is mobile and should be available to students anytime and anywhere. Whether learning happens at home, school, a library, or local coffee shop it must be high-quality, customizable, and equitable for each and every student.

Although current circumstances created by a global pandemic are undesirable, they offer district, school, and classroom leaders an opportunity to transform the policies and daily practices that guide teaching and learning. Through collaborative leadership, educators can redesign the school experience and deliver on the potential digital learning holds for creating a workforce that truly is future ready.

Learn more via the Digital Learning Day website link below.

Also - please visit our own online learning resource page (see link below) where we have links to recordings of NCMF #CyberChats focused on K-12 students, teachers, and parents as we strive to encourage and inspire students to pursue additional education and a career in a cyber-related field.

Join or Renew a Membership

Anyone, anywhere can be a member of the NCF.

Become A Founder

The Founders' Group spearheads the capital campaign to build the new Cyber Center for Education and Innovation.

Donate to the CCEI Campaign

Be a part of the future - help us build a facility for the Cyber Center for Education and Innovation (CCEI).


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