Improving the Adoption of Communication Solutions for Deskless Workers

  Poor communication can be costly for any organization. In fact, a survey-backed article on shows that companies with at least 100,000 employees stand to lose […]

New Podcast: The Lost Learning Year: Intelligent Recommendations

In this episode of The EduJedi Report Podcast, Learning Counsel CEO Leilani Cauthen discusses recent findings by researchers Dr. John Bielinski and Dr. Kyle Wagner at […]

Remote Learning: Keeping Learners at the Center of All We Do

  By Tamara Fyke A friend of mine has two young school-age boys, kindergarten and second grade.  The other week she posted a photo of […]

Investing in Educators is Crucial for Remote Learning

  By Howie Berman The fall academic semester has arrived across the U.S., and many K-12 schools, colleges, and universities find themselves in a similar […]

Asynchronous Learning: The Key to Equity

  By Kevin McFarland In this time of the Coronavirus pandemic and an all too sudden shift to virtual learning, equity of access has become […]

New Video Series Given to Teachers to Help with Online Learning

In today’s Freemium pay model used by EdTech companies, free only goes so far. It is either a limited version of the product, or more […]

Achieving Equity: Knowing the Right Questions to Ask

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark Editor’s Note: This is part one of a five-part series As the 2020-21 school year begins with remote learning […]

A Glimpse of the Front Lines of the First Wave of a Journey to the Barest Hint of Normalcy

By Christy S. Martin, Ed.D A recent plea on social media the other day caught my eye. A teacher was pouring her heart out. Exhausted […]

5 Ways to Develop Teacher Agency and Advance Student Learning

  By Katherine E. Bihr, Ed.D and Susanne H. Thompson The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t only exposed the vast gap in educational equity for students, it […]

New EduJedi Dictionary Gives Meaning to the Language of EdTech

By Learning Counsel Staff Reports The power and depth of digital curriculum and its ability to reach and engage students continues to evolve. There are […]

Questions We Should Be Asking: Remote Instruction and Our Highest Poverty Districts

By Christy S. Martin, Ed.D. More than ever, where you live may determine what kind of educational opportunities you have. Recently, the Center on Reinventing […]

Yah, It’s Conference Season

  By Charles Sosnik The conference season is in full swing at the Learning Counsel. In September alone, we have events in South Texas, Southern […]

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