Past Virtual Events

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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Past Event Recordings

“'I’m going to walk you through what we mean by hybrid logistics. This is like the intellectual forefront of what's happening right now in schools across America.” 

Hear about strategies to lessen the degree of difficulty in your most stringent challenges, and great ideas to alleviate many of your challenges altogether

Don’t miss this very entertaining and enlightening educator discussion and get ready for even more rapid changes in your own school or district

Don’t miss this high-powered discussion by the Learning Counsel’s VP of Leadership, Chris McMurray

When we talk about the structural shift of moving to hybrid and remote with incredible flexibility, there's some rescue coming from the technology industry that will alleviate much of the complexity

How do we engage students in more active conversation? How do we support teachers to make sure that they have capacity to engage students even further and ask students to have conversation and revise their thinking?

What are the secrets to motivating your students during this time of remote learning? According to Learning Counsel research, 85 percent of respondents said motivating learners remotely was a top concern

By any standard, the Buckeye Union High School District is impressive – particularly in terms of technology. They are perennial winners of the Learning Counsel’s EduJedi Awards and are renowned nationally for their progressive use of technology as a driver in student success.

In this educator session on hybrid learning, you’ll see how they became a powerhouse in student learning as they chart their course from a modest start 10 years ago to nationally recognized district leadership during the darkest days of the pandemic..

Many of the changes we see during the pandemic are real, and many will be permanent. Trends that have accelerated during the past 10 months will continue, and what we think of as the “Good Old Days” in education may never come again. Instead of thinking of this as the new normal, we may do well to understand that the pandemic has unleashed changes in public education that were necessary, and many of the changes we are witnessing are a response to market pressures that predated the Coronavirus by 10 years or more.

You’ll hear how many of America’s most successful districts are able to provide technology seamlessly, easily and safely to their end users, and how you can simplify the process in your own school or district.

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