Learning in the Year 2040: Looking Forward, Acting Now!

  By Ryan Schaaf What will the future of education look like, and how do we get there? What and how should future generations learn? […]

What Does the User Interface Tell You About the Learning Value of a Game?

  By Alesha Arp   The user interface is more than just the skin that allows us to interact with an educational game. It can […]

On-Campus and Online Instant Flexibility: What You Need to Know

There has never been a more urgent time for learning institutions to transition to a fully-blended model, with the ability to instantly change from an […]

It’s Time to Release Control in Education

  By Tamara Fyke   For years we have debated the role of technology in education. Given the pandemic, we are inarguably here, embracing a […]

When Schools Reopen and Children Return, will Schools be Prepared?

  By Franklin Schargel The Corona virus has disrupted the lives of children and adults alike around the world. It has had a tremendous impact […]

Webinar Available – Making Virtual Learning Work: Choosing Sites, Apps and Systems

This second-in-the-series of Emergency National Virtual Discussions went deep into the weeds of online learning, explaining in great detail which apps, sites and systems our […]

Educators on the Front Lines Share What’s Working

Beginning on April 2nd, the Learning Counsel’s EduJedi Leadership Society members have been gathering in virtual meetings as panelists for discussions about the national emergency […]

Human Nature & Schools After COVID-19

  By LeiLani Cauthen   There is a certain sector of tech companies and big investment houses touting that things for schools are “not coming […]

Don’t Let Your Students’ Education Die from Embarrassment

  By Charles Sosnik   Do you remember how it felt to be a teenager? You yearned so much for independence as your hormones and […]

What’s Going to Happen with K-12 Education?

By LeiLani Cauthen Schools, Districts and companies selling to them have questions, and forebodings. There are two lines of thought: In the Fall, things will […]

Now Available – It’s Zero Hour for Digital: What That Means for You

    The first in the series of Emergency National Virtual Discussions was held on April 2nd. This discussion, like each in the series, was ripped from […]

The Learning Counsel Announces Thom Markham to Keynote Their 2020 National Gathering

Global entrepreneur considered one of the founding fathers of Project Based Learning The Learning Counsel has chosen Thom Markham as a featured keynote speaker at […]

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