The Office of eLearning team is focused on connecting learners to one another and to great ideas for technology-infused classrooms, supporting new learning models for schools, and providing leadership in digital innovation for Indiana.
Effective spring 2019, Indiana schools/districts are not required to request approval from the IDOE to implement eLearning days. Assurances to maintain instructional fidelity remain the responsibility of the individual school/district.
The IDOE eLearning Day Program can be used on a day of inclement weather, on a make-up day for inclement weather, or on a planned day for a myriad of valid opportunities so that learning can happen utilizing the tools and experiences of today’s learners. Get more information here.
Join us this summer for our digital learning book study. The study will take place in Moodle beginning June 8, 2020. We will be reading and discussing Copyrighteous by Indiana educator Diana Gill. To join the course In Moodle search for the course Copyrighteous, then join using the enrollment key copy2020.
Activities in the IDOE Cybersecurity initiative will affect the awareness and professional capacity of educators in every district, as well as a deeper impact that will provide funds to support districts in establishing managed security services that include active monitoring and response. Click here to learn more.
The window to submit your district’s 2020 Tech Plan has closed. The completion of this survey is the requirement for all public schools to qualify for the connectivity formula grant, the common school fund, and grants from IDOE’s Office of Curriculum and Instruction. Data from past surveys is available here.