Digital Learning Day: Strategies for adopting classroom technology

01/26/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

The Alliance for Excellent Education is promoting the first annual Digital Learning Day, to be held on Feb. 1, when it will recognize educators who are successfully integrating technology into the curriculum. Bob Wise, the group's president and former West Virginia governor, and Sarah Hall, director of the Alliance's Center for Secondary School Digital Learning and Policy, suggest that effective use of classroom technology requires planning, a willingness to try new tools, and the ability to choose and combine content and technology to create effective lessons.

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