The Learning Counsel is a research institute and news media hub, focused on providing context for the shift in education to digital curriculum. Our membership is comprised of over 170,000 Superintendents, tech and instructional administrators, curriculum specialists, thousands of publishers, and interested enthusiasts anywhere in the teaching and learning field.
There are many opportunities through events, industry publications and online promotions for your company to work with the Learning Counsel and reach our leadership audience and share information about your products or services. Download our complete Industry Services Overview.
Learning Counsel Publications
This is true marketing awesome-ness. Make your company and product known and generate leads. The Learning Counsel’s Special Reports, Journal Posters, Whitepapers and other publishing products fill a need to understand and bring order to the organizational issues no one else is talking about.
Our 170,000+member audience online and discussion at every live event we produce (30 cities!) makes this one BIG marketing splash with big lead generation. Talk to us about what will best fit your company strategy.
Present Your Solutions to Education Executives In Special Meetings Across The U.S. — 28 Cities in 2017
The Learning Counsel specializes in leading the leaders, providing perspective and organizational tools on the transition to digital. The 2015-2016 event tours were truly magical, drawing 2-4 times the audience size originally planned and causing the Learning Counsel community to expand yet again. The 2017 events have grown, with our most powerful attendees to date, generating even greater enthusiasm for education from the leaders in schools and districts, and the companies who graciously sponsor.
The average attendance at the Digital Curriculum Tactics events in 2016 was 30+ senior executives for the day. For 2017, the Learning Counsel has streamlined how our events and discussions are being presented for the benefit of our sponsors. We now have three categories of event discussions: Meetings — 7-19 education executive attendees; Events — 20-44 education executive attendees; Regional Conferences — 45-99 attendees; and the National Gathering has 100-200 plus. The desire of The Learning Counsel is to keep the main part of the day an intimate discussion format. Attendees get a day full of discussion with each other and presentations by the sponsors on topics unique to the digital curriculum space and transitioning schools.
National Gathering and Superhero Awards
A national retreat-style event that brings your sales or business development staff into relationships with a national audience of district Superintendents, curriculum executives and top IT management who are real budgetary decision makers in schools. Outcomes include participation in groundbreaking new decisions on standards and implementations in key districts.
The Gathering is a real leadership moment, filled with innovative ideas for educators tackling authentic transition to digital in a special retreat-style atmosphere. The first day is a dynamic group discussion with interesting keynotes, breakout sessions, fireside chat and tons of networking, followed by a dinner-party excursion. The second-day is more special keynotes, workshops, annual Awards ceremony, and adjourns at 1:30 for Gathering attendees. Attendees staying for the new EduJedi Camp, will enjoy a bus-tour excursion and independent activities the 2nd night before joining the Camp the third and fourth day for intensive immersion in digital transition planning Learning Counsel-style.
The majority of income from Learning Counsel self-funds Knowstory, a new social media concept now in beta version offered in a freemium model to the education world. As a social media site with discussion forums about “all the digital learning things,” KnowStory gives schools, students and teachers a way to inventory and analyze their curriculum collections against changing government standards.
A major appeal are the working committees of educators, using KnowStory to hammer out the definitions of terms such as “character” versus “avatar” and what is meant by “gamification” inside courseware, and more.
There are many options to sponsor with this evolving social media site. Visit KnowStory.com and contact us to learn more.
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