Remote Learning Student Motivation in Tennessee & Kentucky Sept 29 & 30

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Hybrid Logistics, Secrets of Motivation, & Leading thru New Digital Learning Experience Standards

This vir­tu­al event is free to all edu­ca­tors. The EduJedi Leadership Society and Learning Counsel News Media & Research are respond­ing to School and District needs with region­al vir­tu­al 2‑day events to bring both nation­al­ly sig­nif­i­cant insights and foster togeth­er­ness with local lead­ers shar­ing. 

Everyone respond­ing to Learning Counsel sur­veys nation­wide, over 27,000 edu­ca­tors from admin­is­tra­tions in dis­tricts, schools and states, are con­cerned about defin­ing what’s normal now. Concerns range from stream­lin­ing lesson plan­ning to recap­tur­ing miss­ing stu­dents to man­ag­ing spe­cial needs remote­ly. The biggest two things were moti­va­tion and logis­tics. 

85% of edu­ca­tors are con­cerned about Student Motivation as their key issue in hybrid or remote learn­ing. 

70% of admin­is­tra­tors are con­cerned about the logis­tics of time and space in hybrid school­ing and what that does to teach­ing. 

Learning Counsel has there­fore put togeth­er spe­cial dis­cus­sions cen­tered around these two things pri­mar­i­ly plus a much-needed new dig­i­tal char­ac­ter­is­tics terms dic­tio­nary, and more. 

LeiLani Cauthen, CEO & Publisher, Learning Counsel News Media & Research

Sheryl Abshire, EduJedi and Retired CTO Calcasieu, Parish School System

Chris McMurray, VP EduJedi Leadership, Learning Counsel

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