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

Leading a digital class has new Standards and some of them are protocols of filing, tagging, and naming things that replace the filing cabinets in the back of your room. Lots to discuss here about your responsibilities to help yourself and your delivery of learning.

There’s a new Standard in town, and it’s about bringing order to digital pathways. Real personalization is happening outside of schools with digital mixing of resources, and your brand needs to articulate it’s digital majesty, not just which teacher and name of course. Attend to find out what these new responsibilities are and why doing them well is a survival tactic.

As Spector and Palmer share their challenges and solutions, you’re sure to find solutions to many of the challenges you are experiencing.

In addition to the obvious inconveniences and hardships related to the pandemic, Pomona United School District found enormous opportunity to provide training to their teachers, administrators, and community – including parents and grandparents.

If you work with technology, here’s what you need to know as technology changes around you and your team.

Everyone can use a little inspiration, and at Poway Unified School District, they have more than enough to go around.

In this year’s Southern California Panel, the gloves came off and all issues were on the table. You won’t want to miss this very entertaining and helpful discussion.

Don’t miss this candid, revealing discussion from California. You’ll find so much that you can use in your own state, and you’ll be amazed at the creative solutions that are in play.

Since the start of the pandemic, there's been an eye-opening, new awareness of what's available commercially.

When simplicity is the name of the game, it’s vital to have the right partner. When COVID hit, more technology became a way of life. Teachers and students needed a single source to locate, manage and utilize curriculum.

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