Digital Learning Day 2016 Embracing the “Ish” In Us All

CVUSD Creates Impact by Embracing the “Ish” In Us All

Digital Learning Day February 17th, 2016

This year Cajon Valley Middle School will be participating in Digital Learning Day 2016. Since 2012, we have been proud participants of this collaborative event. This year we will be using the book Ish by Peter Reynolds to inspire our work. We are hoping that classrooms across our district will be excited to try something new, take a risk, and share their experiences across our district through Google Classroom and post on Twitter. Over the next few weeks our district community will be posting their plans on a community board and getting ready to try something “techish” or “newish”.  For now, check out this introductory video we posted just today.

We are assisting our families on Digital Learning Day by providing a space and time to learn about how to use Chromebooks at home in our Chrome2Home initiative. Student leaders from room 207 will be sharing their knowledge with our families. There will be a hands on demonstration, translated into English, Arabic and Spanish. So proud of these wonderful kids!

Digital Learning Day 2015

Cajon Valley Middle School will be participating in Digital Learning Day 2015. This national event will spotlight innovative ways teachers and students use digital technology to enhance their lessons. A schedule of CVMS Activities and Cajon Valley Union School District videos and activities will be highlighted here. Here are the first installments as we plan!

This first video is our district invitation to join us on Digital Learning Day March 13th, 2015.

Here is our invitation to teachers and students to plan their activities. I am very proud of the student editors and speakers from Cajon Valley Middle School and our tech teacher Liz Loether who put all these videos together.

Our theme this year is What Do You Do With An Idea?. Here is our superintendent Dr. David Myashiro reading the text aloud to kick off this event. We will be posting lessons and links to the work here in the coming weeks! Stay tuned!

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