Wednesday, February 6 is Digital Learning Day! Of course we'll be doing a lot of the things that we do everything with the iPads, blogging and even using calculators to bring technology into our classroom. But did you know there are a lot of different things you can do at home with your child even if you don't have iPads or fancy technology around your house? Sometimes simply visiting a website with your child and talking about how to develop a positive digital footprint is a great way to support digital learning.
This easy to read blog post has a variety of suggestions of websites and activities you can do with your child at home to work on digital literacy. And as always, we'll continue to work on blogging, creating Google presentations, and using a variety of apps and websites to showcase our learning.
If you would like to learn more about the digital tools that we're using here in our classroom, you can check out our Websites page here on the blog and scroll down to the "Tools We Use" section to give them a try. And if there is anything I can do to help you support your child's digital learning at home, please let me know.