Posted: Wed, 07/01/2020 - 2:48pm Updated: Tue, 01/19/2021 - 11:52pm

On this page, you will find a variety of different tools, templates, and examples related to teaching and learning in the digital learning environment. Please check back often as we will be adding new resources. If you have questions about the Digital Learning Toolkit, find a broken link, or would like to propose a resource be added to the list, please complete this form

Throughout the technology planning process, it is important to keep student learning at the forefront. Technology has the potential to transform learning experiences and make classroom workflow more streamlined and efficient while also providing enhanced access to curricular resources. Furthermore, technology makes providing students with individualized learning and support more possible than ever before.

Lesson Planning Templates

To enhance learning outcomes, technology adoption and implementation should be driven by the Indiana Academic Standards and student learning goals. Rather than something that is “added on” to the curriculum, technology should be seamlessly integrated with the content. Curriculum maps and like tools can help ensure this integration.

Every student needs and deserves to be provided with technology-rich learning experiences embedded throughout the instructional day. Equitable access includes both having access to the proper technology, including reliable internet connectivity, and access to the content, regardless of special needs.

It is imperative to monitor learning throughout instruction through formative and summative assessment. Sometimes this is more challenging in an online environment.

Formative Assessments

Summative Assessments

Rubrics and Feedback

Effective and efficient technical support personnel and policies help to ensure limited instances of instructional disruption due to network or device issues. Technical support should be available for teachers, students, and parents.

Key Considerations

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These resources have not been vetted by IDOE, nor should this be considered an endorsement. Educators should be mindful of digital resources that require teachers or students to create online accounts. Please check district policies and consider HIPAA, FERPA, and COPPA laws with regards to students privacy BEFORE implementing any of these resources.