Digital Learning Day

Digital Learning Day began in 2012 and was started as a venue for education leaders to highlight the great teaching practices, showcase innovative teachers, leaders, and instructional technology programs that improve student achievement. Digital Learning Day is a national celebration that is not about technology, it is about learning and enhancing the role of the teacher in the classroom.

Increasing digital learning in the classroom not only provides opportunities for student-driven learning, but also greatly increases equity and access to quality educational opportunities for all students.

Is your school willing to eliminate the traditional boundaries in education and encourage your students to become actively engaged in their education in a digital world? Let us know! #DLDay!

“No Boundaries: Encouraging Active Engagement in Every Classroom”


School or District Resources
Educator Resources
Student Resources

Wyoming State Museum Showcase

The Wyoming State Museum offers virtual field trip programs for classrooms able to access Skype/Skype for Business. Programs may be customized to a teacher’s needs and may also be offered in conjunction with use of the Museum’s Discovery Trunks.

Wyoming School Libraries Showcase

2018 DL PD Events

Quality Matters Workshop

Summer 2018

  • Monday – K-12 Applying the QM Secondary Rubric – Learn how to evaluate your online or blended course design with research-supported standards which include annotations and best practices.
  • Tuesday – K-12 Online Course Design – Learn how to use QM’s K-12 Secondary Rubric as a guide to develop your online course.

May 5, Green River

GAFE Summit

June 1-2, Gillette

Wyoming Innovations in Learning

November 7-9, Evanston

Save the date for this unique K-20 day and a half conference hosted by the WDE, UW, Wyoming’s community colleges and school libraries featuring innovative teaching and learning practices for all educators.

Click here to register.