Baltimore, MD - Learning Logistics & Tech Tour '24

When: Sep 26, 2024

Where: Baltimore City Schools, Professional Development Center, 2500 East Northern Parkway, Room 105, Baltimore, MD 21214

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Learning Counsel News is coming to your area to roll cameras and bring new perspectives based on national research about everything from chronic absenteeism to how much time teachers spend on duties they needn't be and what the teacher shortage really means plus much more. We'll be hosting local K12 speakers and panels to hear from school and district leadership.

We'll also have customized morning schedules for short roundtable discussions on hot topics related to trends and transformations, national research briefings, and our nationally recognized graciousness with a luncheon for all in the early afternoon. We value your time, and we hope you value ours for our one day of togetherness.


Full Agenda below.

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Do you want to present? We will work with you on topics that showcase your work against national trends.

Present to our live audience, as well as our large national audience in recorded sessions and additional millions of viewers with social media and syndication.

Being selected to present is free, but the Learning Counsel requires a time commitment for presenter/teams to take advantage of the discussion rounds which help review their work against national best practice models. Some of the rounds may include Learning Counsel sponsor participation.

Do you want to participate and network?

Round Table Discussions. Each topic is preselected for the local educators to discuss. See full list below in the agenda

The luncheon is crafted to bring value from Learning Counsel’s National Research. Here are a few of the datapoints that will be discussed:

  • Number of schools that have reached or exceeded a 20% decline in enrollment.
  • Rate of growth of homeschooling.
  • True size of the teacher shortage.
  • Absenteeism statistics and contributing factors.
  • “Off-Grid” student size.
  • Growth of online structured or on-demand teacher-intersected learning market.
  • Percent of Administrators citing a model move to progressive learning rather than traditional.
  • Percent intending purchase of which technologies.
  • Biggest trends influencing policies and/or purchases.
  • Highest pressures cited.
  • Emergencies plaguing schools.
  • And much more about defining “teacher,” “student,” and what’s most valued in schools.

The final hour will be a panel of local school and district administrators answering pointed questions from Learning Counsel News, with open time for questions from the audience.

You’ll also be treated to a video showcase reel of the latest from tech companies.

Limited seats so register today!


Full Agenda

Morning Discussion Rounds, Guest Speakers, and Special Briefing

8:30 - 10:00 a.m. - Welcome Breakfast & Ongoing Discussion Rounds

  • The Five Types of AI Coming to Schools
  • The New Time & Space Inequity & Attrition
  • Balancing Human and Tech Leadership
  • Modeling a Digital Learning Matrix (Saving Money, Getting Organized)
  • Reasons to Define “Student”
  • Defining the New Human Teaching
  • The Meaning of the Courseware vs. Digital Files Shift
  • Trading Computer Sci for Digital Arts & Sciences
  • Digital Transition Maturity – Which Stage are You?
  • Amplifying Cross-Curricular Experiences
  • Understanding the Alpha Generation
  • Staffing Alternative Trends
  • Practical Reinvention Hot List
  • Data Literacy – The Basis of Evaluating Anything
  • The Evolving “Science of” Subjects

Description of each topic: 2024 Topic Discussion Descriptions

10:00 - 10:30 a.m. - Guest Speaker

10:30 - 10:40 a.m. - Break

10:40 - 11:30 a.m. - Ongoing Discussion Rounds

11:30 - 12:00 p.m. - Special Briefing by Learning Counsel

Priorities Luncheon for All Educators

12:00 - 1:00 p.m. - Lunch, Special Address Speaker, and Video Showcase

1:00 - 1:30 p.m. - Priorities Discussion Speaker

1:30 - 2:30 p.m. - Panel(s) - The Future


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Address:

Baltimore City Schools, Professional Development Center, 2500 East Northern Parkway, Room 105, Baltimore, MD 21214