In this edWebinar, learn how SETDA’s 2018 Student Voices Award Winner, St. Albans City School in VT, embraces technology tools to personalize instruction.
In this edWebinar, learn about SETDA’s expanded Guide to Quality Instructional Materials, an online toolkit to support the vetting and curation of quality instructional materials for all learners.
SETDA’s latest research, Navigating the Digital Shift 2018: Broadening Student Learning Opportunities, highlights how state policies are supporting the transformation to digital learning. Many states provide guidance for the implementation of digital materials in districts to help ensure that they are available to all learners. However, some districts may not have any state guidance at all. In a recent webinar, presenters from Idaho and Pennsylvania discussed how state and district leadership support digital learning opportunities and implement digital materials.
This edWebinar highlights SETDA’s latest research, Navigating the Digital Shift 2018: Quality Learning Connections in the Digital Age.
In this edWebinar, SETDA releases a new resource for educational stakeholders that supports digital learning implementation: Transformative Digital Learning: A Guide to Implementation
An updated and refreshed version of SETDA’s Digital Instructional Materials Acquisition Policies for States (DMAPS), an online database providing details regarding each state’s policies and practices related to the acquisition of digital instructional materials, will be launched during this edWebinar.
This edWebinar will present the release of SETDA’s newest resource, State Procurement Case Studies: Digital Instructional Materials Acquisition.
This edWebinar will be the launch of SETDA’s latest resource, State Leadership for K12 Wi-Fi Implementation: Extending the Broadband Imperative II.
State leaders from California and Louisiana will share details about their state leadership to support the digital instructional materials and provide examples of implementation.
Access to online resources including digital content, interactive education apps and websites, videos, experts and peers is no longer a “nice to have” but rather a necessity. Unfortunately, teachers and students are often unable to be sure there will be dependable, robust access outside of school depending on family and community circumstances. In “Closing the Homework Gap: Equity of Access for All Students Outside of School,” SETDA hosted a panel of experts that presented solutions for providing out-of-school access and digital resources to students based off their own experiences.