A collaboration with the University of Rochester Center for Learning in the Digital Age

Welcome to the K-12 Digital Consortium

Leveraging Digital Technologies to Enhance Student Learning

K12digital.org is our primary vehicle to share stories and information with Consortium members and prospective members. The site will feature updates on Consortium events, links to strategic resources, shared stories, and more.

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Featured Resources and Learning Opportunities

Special PD Opportunities

Introductory 4-hours workshop on blended teaching

Offered by Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES and the LiDA Center, and supported by a NYS Learning Technology grant, this workshop is a great opportunity for teachers to explore how digital technologies can help enhance their teaching – especially if new to a districts that has gone 1:1 or a district embarking in a technology-rich transformation. This workshop will be offered several times over the next few months in LeRoy and Newark, at no cost for educators in districts covered by the grant and for a $25 fee/per person for all others.

Upcoming Events

Nov
8

Consortium Kick-off event (Fall 2019)

November 8, 2019 - 8:30 am-12:30 pm


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Latest News

Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES received a NYS Learning Technology grant to serve 31 school districts.

May 22, 2019

The grant will focus on increasing access and support to secondary students taking online courses, as well as increasing teacher awareness of the potential of blended teaching to enhance students’ learning opportunities in traditional classrooms. The University of Rochester Center for Learning in the Digital Age will collaborate in the design and development of key […]

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Announcements/ Calls for Action

Dr. Charles Graham, from Brigham Young University is piloting a new survey to assess districts’ “readiness to blended teaching” and is looking for K-12 teachers and administrators willing to take the survey and provide feedback. If interested in participating in this research study, please contact Dr.Graham.