DigitALL aims to increase digital literacy among non-tech K-12 teachers to improve their skills and methods of reaching learning outcomes in the classroom.

Teachers are the cornerstones to success in the 21st Century workforce.  By educating teachers in how to use and leverage technology tools, and adapt to new ways of learning, we will achieve a one-to-many impact across the education system. We are offering free workshops and professional development days for educators. Continue reading below for links to upcoming sessions.

What Skills:

  • Digital Responsibility (personal health & safety)
  • Computational Thinking (problem solving, STEM, coding)
  • Collaborative Classrooms (teams, soft skills)
  • Innovating Pedagogy (sparking curiosity, investigation, and discovery)
  • Life Skills & Workforce Preparation (cooperative work integration)
  • Student-led Learning (creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, communication)
  • Connecting Guardians and Schools (trust, transparency, participation)
  • Emerging Technologies (virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence)

Project Impact:

This project will provide opportunities for teachers to develop digital literacy skills which will create a multiplier effect in the schools and communities where they teach. As teachers become more proficient in their skills, they will be able to apply what they’ve learned in their classrooms to create experiential learning opportunities for their students. In addition, the program encourages peer-to-peer learning by developing teachers’ skills in using online collaboration tools. Teachers will better understand how their subject area is affected by digital literacy and they will be able to use some digital tools to teach a wide variety of topics.


1) Open Training Sessions:

  • Winnipeg – Friday, November 15, 2019 – Using Technology to Collaborate with Industry Experts – (Note: substitute costs covered by the DigitALL Project) Limited seating. Find out more here.
  • Thompson – Friday, November 29, 2019 – Classroom Computational Thinking and Information Communication Technologies – (Note: substitute costs covered by DigitALL Project) Limited Seating. Find out more here.
  • Winnipeg – Friday, February 21, 2020 – Digital Responsibility, Inclusive Technology, Gender Parity in Tech Jobs – (Note: substitute costs covered by DigitALL Project) Limited seating. Find out more here.

2) Want an amazing professional development opportunity? Join in at the DisruptED Conference – January 30-31, 2020. Bring your perspective to the table and leave with new viewpoints and great connections. Teaching outcomes and classroom materials will be included. Find out more here.

3) Alternative Session Options:

  • Discerning Fake News and Mastering Internet Search Skills. Reliable internet research skills all subject.
  • How to Implement Gender Parity Projects and Experiences into the Classroom. Get more girls interested in tech!
  • G Suite for Education as a Tool to Promote Connected, Network Learning. Mastering Google Classroom.


 Contact Information:

Margaux Miller
Program Director, Tech Manitoba


Phone: 431-557-6644



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