AASA, Discovery Education Launch Series Of Case Studies Featuring Best Practices And Strategies For Building Dynamic Digital Learning Environments




James Minichello  

Stephen Wakefield
Discovery Education


School Superintendents Leading the Digital Transition Provide Insight into Creating Engaging Learning Experiences

Alexandria, Va. and Silver Spring, Md. – May 9, 2017 – The creation of dynamic, digital learning environments by superintendents across the country are profiled in a new series of case studies created by AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and Discovery Education.

The school district leaders showcased in this series are members of AASA’s Digital Consortium, which provides them with opportunities to work together and gain insights into emerging successful models for using digital materials to build engaging learning experiences that support the success of all learners.

“The highlighted profiles illustrate some of the best practices and strategies that have made the digital transition a reality in the communities served by members of our Digital Consortium,” said Daniel A. Domenech, AASA executive director. “We’re thankful to the superintendents who participated in this series, and to Discovery Education for collaborating with us to create these case studies. Together, we’ve captured some great examples of the tremendous work school systems across the country are doing to build the dynamic digital learning environments today’s students need for success beyond graduation.”

Superintendents profiled in the AASA-Discovery Education Case Study Series include:
  • Kristine Gilmore, D.C. Everest Area School District, Schofield, Wis.
  • Mike Lubelfeld, Deerfield Public School District 109, Deerfield, Ill.
  • Aaron Spence, Virginia Beach City Public Schools, Virginia Beach, Va.

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