Internet Seminars

Learning Counsel flash internet seminars are designed to be rapid researched-based professional development for education executives and administrators. Leaders in edtech and district and school transformation share their experience, best-practices and tools on how they are making the shift.

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Leaning into Digital Curriculum without Network Crashes

The Learning Counsel and Juniper Networks discuss key data points to help plan for a scale-able and robust network without crashes. Watch the 15-minute internet seminar and learn:

• Why are teachers spending up to 25% of their time finding or building digital curriculum?
• What secret things are students doing online that is wiping out your network?
• Why are 69% of districts lacking sufficient Internet connectivity for the next 18 months?

How Do Characteristics in Digital Change Your Curriculum
& Tech Plans?

The Learning Counsel, Arlington Heights Elementary School District 25 and Juniper Networks discuss how digital is now changing and improving curriculum and tech plans. Watch the 15-minute internet seminar and discover:

• Why are nearly 64 percent of districts or schools creating pilot programs to assess alternate forms of instruction and how are they doing it?
• Which changes in pedagogy and design are generating the heftiest demands on network resources?
• What are some of the areas of greatest promise as classrooms transform with technology and digital curriculum and how is this going to affect broadband needs?

Your Doomed Network Plan Against Full Digital Curriculum Coverage Models

Key data points for executive level decisions and planning to be discussed, including:

• With district bandwidth seeing a 60% growth year over year, what are the key factors in a “get it right the first time” network provider selection process?
• With 68% of school districts lacking a sufficient network infrastructure for digital curriculum transition, what makes a next-generation network that will support a school's transformation from one end of campus to the other?
• What is the four-part action plan to be network ready and be agile enough to expand as your learning demands grow?