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Aftermath of the Pandemic for K12

Learning Counsel EduJedi Report

Release Date: 06/06/2022

The Right Now Imperative is Learning Logistics show art The Right Now Imperative is Learning Logistics

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What is logistics when it comes to education and learning? This podcast defines them and goes further, hosting Mary Schlegelmilch from Cisco, a seasoned educator who consults schools and Cisco itself about where education is going. Commentary on the perfect storm of teacher shortage, personalization demand and a lack of reasoned workflow are punctuated with a vision of network maturity to meet the future. Progress that elevates human teachers with a surround of tech, potentially also changing the way space and time are used, is part of the lively discussion.

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Research sourced from multiple industries and the definition of both devolution and cascading failure are the topics of this podcast.  The mass teacher shortages are mirrored in other industries, and some new data from the insurance actuaries are indicating part of the “why.”  At the end, LeiLani challenges listeners with the key questions about meeting challenges in K12 that will come as soon as Summer 2022.

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Aftermath of the Pandemic for K12 show art Aftermath of the Pandemic for K12

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In this podcast, LeiLani discusses the teacher shortage, what teachers were doing during the lockdowns, video conference call fatigue, the face of consumerized learning and the consumer awakening during.  The perfect storm of these things plus the “short form versus long form” learning issue is discussed as influencing what schools need to think about post the pandemic. 

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In this episode of the Learning Leadership Society Report, your Host LeiLani Cauthen speaks with Carrie Doom and Michele Pulver, both with Lexia Learning. With no holds barred, Cauthen lays it on the line, asking the team from Lexia, “Why is literacy at the heart of educational equity?”  According to Pulver, “Literacy is at the heart of equity because it's the foundation of everything that we ask our students to do. 85 percent of what we present to students is based in text. Kids have to be able to read to participate in classroom activities, classroom instruction, and to be ready...

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In this episode of the Learning Leadership Society Report, your Host LeiLani Cauthen speaks with Chris McMurray, the Learning Counsel’s new Chief Academic Officer. As the Learning Counsel begins direct engagements with schools and school districts, Chris McMurray will take the point and help guide them towards real transformation. According to Cauthen, “There's a new future being built. First, there's a teacher shortage and almost every single district is talking about that. And the few that weren't were experiencing other elements of the perfect storm, which is they're losing students,...

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When entering our education system as an emergent bilingual, the nuances are everything. Especially if you have an eye towards equity. In this episode of The EduJedi Report, Host LeiLani Cauthen and her guest, Javier Ruiz, Education Content Specialist – English Language Development at Lexia Learning, discuss the growing awareness of equity as we serve our emergent bilingual students (historically known as English Language Learners), and a more culturally aware mindset for learning which includes multiple accents and dialects for superior learner self-identification. 

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As we write our new epic and talk about the age of the Age of Knowledge and the Age of Technology, and then into the Age of Experience, we’ll see we used our knowledge in a scaffolded way to aim for the perfect life. In this episode, Host LeiLani Cauthen and Guest Tom Finn, President/CEO & Employee-Owner of AVID Products discuss the tremendous changes in the education market and the positive structural changes that are taking place in skills, preparation for the future, and the transformation of technology and its inherent value. 

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In this episode of the EduJedi Report podcast, Host and Learning Counsel CEO LeiLani Cauthen talks with Kristie Shelley, Senior Director of Emergent Bilingual Curriculum at Lexia Learning about digital learning design that is heritage-relevant.  

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Age-old instructional methods for language learning have had structures that predispose them to English-language only delivery models. New digital delivery mechanisms makeway for learning scaffolding that is culturally responsive to empower educators to lead bi-lingual learners in systems without built-in prejudices. Listen to find out exactly what it means to have learning built digitally to improve outcomes in language learning and empower educators to address individual needs in less time.

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There is a lot of confusion around what effective blended learning really looks like. What are some actionable strategies for integrating technology in the classroom and supporting blended learning? Alexis Treat, Sr. Director of Literacy Curriculum and Meg Van Voorhis, Director of Professional Learning from Lexia share stories and tips. It all comes down to what’s real and what isn’t for teachers’ workload and workflow.  

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