Nation’s Largest School & District Survey on Digital Transition

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The Learning Counsel Annual Digital Transition Survey helps inform the nation as to the nature of school and district transitioning with digital. Many education leaders claim they “learn while they take the survey” because the questions provoke internal inquiry as to practice and structure.

Each year the Learning Counsel analyzes 1,000 or more completed surveys and selects top schools and districts that have indicated new innovations for granting rankings in the EduJedi Levels.

We spend many hours reviewing each applicant’s websites and activities posted online, interacting with some schools and districts to get completed data for final profiles.

During the Learning Counsel’s annual Gathering event, we announce winners of EduJedi levels and invite many of them to speak and join panels to discuss their innovations.

The levels awarded are as follows:

School & District EduJedi Rankings

Teacher EduJedi Rankings

Very high degree of student personalized screen learning/live teaching blended together in a student-centric model with fully redesigned space, curriculum, schedule and organizational/staffing restructure of roles and responsibilities; high proficiency utilizing all ed-tech; curriculum and administrative workflow algorithmically refined to perfection in full digital curriculum map at standards down to individual pathways levels; high emphasis on experiential aspects; dramatic achievement results and huge demand from students to attend.

A teacher-of-teachers and guardian of “what works” for quality digital learning experiences. Advocate of true individual paths for students and changed use of time, space and pace with a dynamic model technology architecture as a means of truly meeting student needs.

Good amount of screen learning/live teaching blended together into an increasingly student-centric model with a good amount of redesigned space, curriculum, schedule and organizational/staffing restructure; integrated resource systems utilizing discrete and adaptive digital curriculum; good amount of workflow enabled; good focus on experiential aspects; rising achievement and increasing attendance demand.

Has become an expert at designing digital learning experience according to EduJedi Standards and manages individualization for students exceptionally well.

Intentional refinement of ed-tech tactics in play, including a good degree of integration between systems and types of apps, some administrative and personalized learning workflow enablement. Experience focus has moved beyond in-classroom redesign only to involve more spaces, more flexibility, and has emboldened initial changes in instructional/tech staff. Tech is embedded, not a separate “subject” only. Leadership is leveling up to challenge norms and create even better achievement results.

Facile at managing both live and remote learners and multiple tech tools at the same time. Uses new instructional design for the changed environment and ensures EduJedi Learning Experience Standards.

Increasing screen/live teaching blended learning creating a magnet for student attendance. In-classroom redesign with some new staff supporting new instructional ed-tech function. An extension of offerings to support varied student and/or community needs and schedules. Various digital systems and resources including both discrete and adaptive digital curriculum becoming integrated; points of proven growth creating an increasing culture of achievement.

Increasing recognition of the right blend of the “force” of tech and intersection with direct human instruction fit to the individual child. Has familiarity with the EduJedi Learning Experience Standards. Is apprenticing with the new EduJedi Instructional Design Model for crafting learning.

Innovative use of ed-tech to engage students and the community. Trend-aware and utilizing various digital systems and resources to create gains; moving through change-management with students, staff and organizational supports. Making progress working on points of achievement improvement in critical subjects.

Uses a wide arena of tech and apps appropriate to learning activities including managing user experience simplicity. Has familiarity with the full EduJedi Dictionary definitions.

Intentional ed-tech tactics in play. Deploying various digital systems and resources while executing change with students and teachers. Arresting any decline in engagement while already gaining ground with the community; headed for academic achievement growth.

Skilled at various tech and apps for their subject(s) and adept at lesson plan sequencing with all of them. Has familiarity with how to personalize learning and uses some digital courseware.

Courage and will to help students with exposure to technology. A point of light acknowledged by the Learning Counsel through survey submittal and an intensive review.

Courage and will to help students with exposure to technology. A point of light acknowledged by the Learning Counsel throughsurvey submittal and an intensive review.

Other awards include Lifetime Achievement Awards, SuperHero Awards for Districts and the Glowing Screen Award for one company each year.

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