Digital Learning Day
Digital Learning Day is celebrated annually on the last Thursday of every February. This year it will be observed on February 28. The digital revolution has provided unparalleled access to empowered people to do their research, and learning. Digital Learning Day celebrates the use of digital technology in education, particularly innovative and advancement of technology. This type of learning encompasses several different tools and facets to empower students including online, blended or hybrid learning and resources. Digital learning also used for professional opportunities for teachers and experiences for students.
History of Digital Learning Day
Digital Learning Day was started in 2012, and it delivered the important way to the education leaders for teaching practices and popularising the instructional technology programs that are encouraging student outcomes. Also, grassroots efforts bloomed into a massive nationwide celebration as leaders realised that Digital Learning Day is apart from technology. Apart from laying off teachers, it is very close to enhancing the role of the teacher in classrooms. Digital Learning Day promotes the use of modern-day tools to other industry to encourage the learning experience in all public schools.
ther Celebrations on February 28
February 28 is also celebrated as
- National Chocolate Souffle Day
- National Tooth Fairy Day
- National Floral Design Day
- National Chili Day
- National Public Sleeping Day
How to Celebrate the Digital Learning Day
Celebrate the Digital Learning Day by conducting the events to promote several different tools and facets which empowers the students in online, blended or hybrid learning and resources. There are many types of educational software and digital devices; it is hard to keep with the most significant advancements in technology. School programs across the country and teaching are also implementing the fantastic things. It has a way to spread practices and no matter where they live actively. These type of pocket of innovation are confined to a small number of communities and schools. Peoples can use the hashtag #DigitalLearningDay to share their thoughts on the day.