Learning Leadership Society
What is the Learning Leadership Society?
The Learning Counsel’s Learning Leadership Society, formerly EduJedi, is a professional peer contributor network of educators and non-educators that are committed to advancing the field of
education through communication, collaboration and partnering. When you become a Learning Leadership Society member, you’re joining teachers, administrators and technology professionals who are focused on continuous improvement of their own practice, whatever their role is in education, to improve outcomes for learners.
What Does Membership Mean?
|With over 18,000 education professionals connecting and collaborating in the Knowstory network platform, you’re sure to find your people. As a social networking resource, Knowstory lets you connect with peers from across the country in an authentic way, for just-in-time connectivity and sharing.||Professional learning is at the heart of the Learning Counsel’s work. Society members take advantage of learning opportunities through live and virtual learning events, access to current research and special reports, and self-directed professional learning modules accessible through Knowstory||With a cohort of Society members, all leading the field of education in future-facing, experiential and personalized learning, powerful work and expansive thinking help fuel innovative practice.|
Whether you’re a superintendent working through systemic transformational change, a technology executive just scratching the surface
of a shift to digital, or a teacher leading the way to personalized learning in the classroom, the Learning Leadership Society network can
help you achieve your goals for practice evolution.
Questions about Society membership? Contact Chris McMurray at email@example.com.
Pictured in photo L-R: Steve Wentz, Chief Technology Officer of Pasadena ISD; Tom Yarbrough of Huawei; LeiLani Cauthen, CEO of Learning Counsel; Dr. Juliet Stipeche, the Director of Education for the City of Houston representing for the Mayor; Andrew Houlihan, the Chief Academic Officer of Houston ISD and Lenny Schad the Chief Technology Information Officer of Houston ISD.
San Antonio, TX
Pictured with the mayoral proclamation, L-R: Tom Yarbrough of Huawei; Cindy Gregory, Assistant Director of Instructional Technology, Northeast ISD; LeiLani Cauthen, CEO of Learning Counsel; Miguel Guhlin, Director of Professional Development, TCEA; Dr. Karla Burkholder, Director of Instructional Technology, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD; Cindy Housler, Online Learning Coordinator, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD; Steven Magadance, Assistant Principal, Johnson High School, North East ISD; Jessica Worley, Instructional Technology Facilitator, Harlandale ISD; Jason Essig, Instructional Technology Facilitator, Harlandale ISD; Sarah Dunn, Instructional Technology acilitator, Harlandale ISD; Candee Mills, Assistant Director, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD; Lana Pratt, Instructional Tech Coordinator, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD; Nyssa Arcos, Instructional Technology Coordinator, Southside ISD; Donelle Harris, Media Specialist, Lytle ISD; Cliff Herring, Director of Technology, Southside ISD.