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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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Learning Leadership Symposium: NY/NJ Administrator Panel

  If you have been to one of our Learning Leadership Symposiums, you know there is something very special about the Guest Administrator Panel Discussions. On these panels are some of the top m...

Learning Counsel Market Briefing

  Your Host LeiLani Cauthen, CEO at the Learning Counsel Publishing and Research, began the day with a Market Briefing based on the National Survey, the most comprehensive digital survey in K-...

EduJedi Award Winners

  In this segment of the National Gathering, the Learning Counsel recognizes surveyed teachers who have made significant advancements in their digital knowledge. You can see, below, the levels...

A New Day of New (EduJedi) Knights

  In this National Gathering segment, we hear from two of our newest EduJedi Knights, Katie Micallef from Pinellas County Schools and Connie Kolosey from Volusia County Public Schools. When ...

EduJedi Innovator Award Winners Discussion

  In this segment, we’ll be introduced to four Edujedi Innovator Award winners. Included in the discussion is Dr. Karla Burkholder, Director of Technology Services at Schertz-Cibolo-Universal ...

Reduce Teacher Workload: Strategies for Strengthening Digital Curriculum

  It’s time to shift  to best practices with school digital resources. While the software field has been zooming ahead in sophistication, for the past year teachers have been scrambling to kn...

UI/UX Digital Learning Experience Standards – Affordances vs. Flat

  Does your digital require a lot of manual? The issues with digital learning in schools right now is that it is a mere digitization of old methodologies. It doesn’t use the full majesty of di...

IL, OH, MO, IA - New Leadership

  A new, post-crisis world requires a new kind of leader. Superintendents like Dr. Victor Simon from Gower School District 62 in Illinois exemplifies the kind of new leadership thinking that i...

IL, OH, MO, IA - Lessons Learned in Our Digital Transition - Guest Educator Panel

  Once again, it’s time for Lessons Learned in Our Digital Transition – Guest Educator Panel. Our Lessons Learned panel discussions tend to be no-holds-barred, with enough ideas, challenges an...

IL, OH, MO, IA - New Leadership

  Ivy Nelson is the Technology Integration Coordinator at Belton School District. In this New Leadership discussion, Nelson stresses the importance of digital citizenship in the school distric...


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