EduJedi Skills

Skills

Each of the following skills modules is a set of resources and final quiz with merit badges earned and distributed inside Knowstory.com for EduJedi.

All paid levels include access to the materials for the EduJedi Professional Development Games:

The Star Battle Recovery Game (Resource Allocation & Prioritization, New Thinking)
Model Software Architecture Block Game (Assembling a Model of All Software Pieces)
Digital Curriculum Selection Game (Select Resources based on Values)
Alien Incursion Data Literacy Game (Data Set Categories, Leadership & Analytics Scales)
EduJedi Workflow Bingo Game (Workflow Steps for Discipline Areas)
EduJedi Team Powers Game (Shifting Roles in Redesigned Schools)
EduJedi Algorithmic Personalized Workflow Learning “Twister” (Role Playing for Understanding New Potential Structure)

Forthcoming Games:

EduJedi Light-Saber Duel Game (Handling Barriers & Remaining Positive)
EduJedi Attack of the Terms Game (The “Family Feud” Game of Digital Terminology)
EduJedi Immortals Game (Roles, Priorities, Survival)
The Intergalactic Order of EduJedi Game – Digital Learning Experience Standards
EduJedi Good vs. Dark Side Game – Distinguishing Good from Dark Side Digital, Managing Inventory
EduJedi Interstellar Curriculum Mapping Game – Putting the Equity & Experience In

EduJedi Skills

1. Annual Market Briefing: Learning Counsel’s Digital Transition Strategy Survey Useful for: All leaders and educators
Description: This valuable briefing contains the graphs and analyst take-aways from the nation’s largest digital transition survey of schools and districts. See the video briefing given at the national Gathering in Dallas November 2019, including projections and guidance for the future.
Materials:
❖ Video Briefing
2. Systems Leadership Course
Useful for: Superintendents, Curriculum Leaders, Tech Leaders, Teacher Leaders
Description: Learn to be a systems leader by understanding the issues in ed-tech. You will study some basic education terminology, and then terminology specific to creating strategic programs. You will be asked to draft examples for each of the terms. You will also study the broad organizational areas of strategic planning for total school innovation with ed-tech, and an example strategy document. In the coursesheet is a blank form for creating your own draft strategy. Finally, you will play “Model Software Architecture EduJedi Block Game” about assembling a model of all software and hardware pieces.
Materials:
❖ Coursesheet
❖ Leadership vs. the Classroom Special Report
❖ Model Software Architecture EduJedi Block Game
3. Strategy Course
Useful for: Superintendents, Curriculum Leaders, Tech Leaders
Description: Define strategy and how it differs from tactics, how to run programs and get compliance. Learn the terminology related to ed-tech and creating a strategy, study a sample strategy, and gather some associates to play the EduJedi Star Battle Recovery Game.
Materials:
❖ Coursesheet
❖ Are you thinking like a digital EduJedi? Quiz
❖ Orientation 1 – Education Friction & Future
❖ Orientation 2 – Education Change Basics
❖ Orientation 3 –Education Strategy Basics Sample Strategy
❖ The EduJedi Star Battle Recovery Game
4. Tactics Course
Useful for: Superintendents, Curriculum Leaders, Teacher Leaders
Description: Learn about tactics for digital transition tactics related to tech evaluation and digital curriculum planning. In this training course, you will study a Special Report and several whitepapers by Learning Counsel. At the end you will need to gather several associates to play the EduJedi Digital Curriculum Selection Game.
Materials:
❖ Coursesheet
❖ 106+ Digital Curriculum Characteristics Special Report
❖ Going Digital: Speeding Past Strategy, Turning into Tactics Special Report
❖ Digital vs. Paper Books: Let’s Do the Math! Whitepaper
❖ Next Level Serious Address of Digital Equity in Education Whitepaper
❖ EduJedi Digital Curriculum Selection Game
5. Apptastic
Useful for: Superintendents, Curriculum Leaders, Teacher Leaders
Description: Learn about learning equity through personalization, being Apptastic’s main concerns, how to survey Apps and ascertain needed training, and read about personalized learning workflow. At the end you will need to gather some associates and play the EduJedi Workflow Bingo Game (Workflow Steps for Discipline Areas.)
Materials:
❖ Coursesheet
❖ Apptastic Special Report
❖ EduJedi Workflow Bingo Game
6. Sustainability
Useful for: Superintendents, Curriculum Leaders, Tech Leaders, Teacher Leaders
Description: Sustainable practices, essential skills to help you and your school survive the digital transition. Assignments include essays about “knowing how you fit” from different points of view. In this training course, you will also study a Special Report by Learning Counsel and answer questions.
Materials:
❖ Coursesheet
❖ Sustainability Special Report
7. Analytics
Useful for: Superintendents, Curriculum Leaders, Tech Leaders, Teacher Leaders
Description: Learn about the analytics maturity levels, data literacy, digital data display, data visualization, micro-analytics, and play the EduJedi Alien Incursion Data Literacy Game.
Materials:
❖ Coursesheet
❖ Analytics & Onboarding Special Report
❖ From Data Dolt to Superhero: Leveraging the Education Micro-Data Trend for Personalization Whitepaper
❖ EduJedi Alien Incursion Data Literacy Game
8. Design
Useful for: Superintendents, Curriculum Leaders, Tech Leaders
Description: Learn about the both the remodeling of spaces for the digital transition and the redesign of learning in digital transition. You will also read a unique article about “What is a Teacher?” in today’s terms and gather associates to play the EduJedi Team Powers Game about shifting roles in redesigned schools.
Materials:
❖ Coursesheet
❖ Remodeling for Digital Curriculum Special Report
❖ Designed for Digital Special Report
❖ EduJedi Team Powers Gam
9. Becoming Expos
Useful for: Superintendents, Curriculum Leaders, Tech Leaders, Teacher Leaders
Description: What becoming e xperientially focused through a transformation with tech and personnel with further refinement over time means for education. Knowledge about how and the stages of implementation, plus information on what algorithms can do for learning. At the end of this training, you will gather associates to play the EduJedi Algorithmic Personalized Workflow Learning “Twister” Game, role playing for understanding the new potential structure.
Materials:
❖ Coursesheet
❖ Becoming Expo Learning Special Report
❖ EduJedi Algorithmic Personalized Workflow Learning “Twister”