The Future Because of the Past

  By LeiLani Cauthen What’s to become of learning from what we have learned during the COVID-19 crisis? It’s a struggle for anyone who sees […]

Using SEL Strategies to Foster a Growth Mindset in Elementary Students

  By Lori Jackson and Steve Peck If you’ve opened any education journal, read an online article, joined a PLC or participated in professional development […]

Throwing the CEO a Lifeline

By Edgar Blunt   Earlier today I saw an email asking CEOs what they are doing to throw their employees a lifeline.  As a CEO, […]

Quid Pro Quo & Ed-Tech: Warn Your Superintendent

Don’t go to jail for Ed-Tech. Quid pro quo dealing has serious consequences. By LeiLani Cauthen A number of organizations, some who are quasi-government entities […]

Teachers Can Transform Education if We Reinvent Professional Learning

  By Thom Markham   When I propose that it’s possible for teachers to transform education, usually I get pushback like this: “Teachers aren’t known […]

Leadership Requires Relationship Technology

  By Mac Bogert   TANSTAAFL The industrial revolutions—mid 18th century, again in the early 19th century— arrived on waves of new technology. The invention […]

Who will Teach the Children?

  By Franklin Schargel The United States faces a serious educational crisis. Teachers are leaving the classroom almost as quickly as colleges and universities prepare […]

Award-Winning Districts Discuss Their Strategies for Improving Learning Opportunities for Every Child

  At the Learning Counsel’s National Gathering in Dallas, three of the districts receiving top awards met in a panel to share their successes, their […]

Classroom Observation Seen as Barrier to Real Change in Education

  By Charles Sosnik The Learning Counsel conducts Digital Transition Discussion events regionally. At a recent event in our nation’s capital, an informal roundtable discussion […]

FETC Was Great(er) Again This Year

  By Charles Sosnik Kudos to the team at FETC. Like many of you, I am a veteran of nearly one hundred education conferences and […]

Education Needs to Push the Hard-Reset Button

  By Matt Ridenour The current public education system has stagnated. The information and technology explosion has exposed a behemoth that is not able to […]

Want More Tech-Savvy Kids: Stop fighting Technology

  By Tamara Fyke I have a crazy idea. What if we stopped fighting technology? Instead of punishing our students for bringing their phones to […]

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