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Starting a Conversation for Digital Learning Day

Written by The Current
January 30, 2012

Digital Learning Day encourages everyone—teachers, librarians, school leaders, and parents—to participate, regardless of experience, in the exploration of digital teaching practices by starting a conversation, trying one new thing, and showcasing success.

Digital Is has many great resources about educators starting conversations with their students. Of course, there are also a lot of great conversations going on between educators in the site!

A few resources about starting conversations are:

Getting Started: Find a Community
Felicia George

Digital Is…”participatory”
Elyse Eidman-Aadahl

Twitter in the Classroom: Authentic conversation or “Just doing school?”
Tony Iannone

Same Time, Same Place (Sort of): Twitter Chats
Paul Oh

Digital Is (K)not
UNC Charlotte Writing Project

Fostering dialogue
Chris Sloan

Hearing Student Voices
Renee Webster

What is “authentic conversation?”
Paul Allison

Why does Digital Writing Matter
Erin Wilkey Oh

#engchat: community, conversation and collaboration for English teachers
Meenoo Rami

The Digital Writing Workshop
Joel Malley

Help us keep the conversation going! Reply to a discussion about a resource or a collection, or comment on one of the thoughtful blog posts people have been posting as they think about Digital Learning Day!

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