Posted: Fri, 01/04/2013 - 1:10pm Updated: Wed, 02/24/2021 - 10:50am

The past year has been unlike any other. Most schools never have their full student population in the building, educators are simultaneously teaching students who are in the classroom and others who are online, and students can’t interact face-to-face like they’re used to. Throughout Indiana Digital Learning Month IDOE is partnering with organizations and educators to provide opportunities to learn about strengthening student learning experiences with the effective use of technology in a blended learning environment. Check out the list of events below. Also, visit the Digital Learning Day website, sign up to join the Digital Learning Day network, and make plans to celebrate Digital Learning Day on February 25.

Getting Interactive in the Elementary Classroom Webinar - We will kick off our #INDLMonth webinar series with the authors of our spring book study selection, The Interactive Class, educators Joe and Kristin Merrill. Join us to learn how to make your classroom interactive whether you’re teaching students online, in person, or both. View the recorded webinar here.

February 10 4:00 pm eastern - Keep Indiana Learning Webinar - Join IDOE and the Central Indiana Educational Service Center on Wednesday, February 10 at 4 p.m. ET to learn about Keep Indiana Learning and the free resources available to Indiana educators. 

February 16 4:00 pm eastern - Tips from the Trenches Webinar - Join our panel of digital learning leaders who will share some of the lessons their K-12 teachers have learned during the last year, from methods of communication to helping students who have difficulty with internet connectivity at home to favorite apps. Webinar recording coming soon.

February 22 - Digital Learning Book Study Kick Off - Beginning February 22, 2021 we will be reading and discussing The Interactive Class: Using Technology to Make Learning More Relevant and Engaging in the Elementary Classroom by Joe and Kristin Merrill. Even though this book is geared toward elementary teachers, secondary teachers may also benefit from the discussions and all participants will earn PGPs. You can join the book study here (or go to Moodle and search for the course The Interactive Class) and  use the enrollment key interactive

February 23 4:00 pm eastern - Digital Learning in the Secondary Classroom Webinar - In our last #INDLMonth webinar, four junior high and high school teachers from Franklin Township Schools will share some of their favorite apps and how they're using them in their classrooms. Some of the apps you will learn about are Nearpod, Edpuzzle, and Hyperslides. Webinar recording coming soon.


Use this form to document your participation in the recorded webinars if you would like to receive PGPs.