(For speaking and consulting inquiries, please contact me at georgecouros@gmail.com)

I have had the privilege of working with schools and organizations in many places around the world through conferences, keynoting, providing workshops, and consulting on how organizations can move forward by creating innovative environments for all learners in the community.  It has been an honour to speak to students, parents, educators, school administration, central office administration, school trustees, as well as outside organizations, and believe all are crucial to the important work we do in schools.  Through conversations, both online and face-to-face, I work before, during, and after presentations to empower participants and to build strong connections to not only the content I am discussing, but also to myself as a presenter and educator.  Please feel free to look at some of the comments about my work.

I also do long term consulting projects with school districts that are directly tailored to the needs of the organization.  What is important is to develop a co-created plan that brings my expertise to help serve your specific needs. Long term consulting is focused on innovation in leadership, learning, teaching, and technology, as well as helping to further a positive culture in your organization. My previous consulting engagements have focused on working with all levels of school to provide a consistent message towards developing and furthering the forward-thinking possibilities for your organization.

Below is a sample talk from the TedX event in Burnsville, Minnesota.


Below are some of the keynotes I have given and workshops I have put together.  Material is continuously updated and adjusted making it relevant to each school or organization I work with.  All of them can be tailored to different audiences.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the work below.


The Innovator’s Mindset (Keynote and /or Workshop)
Description: Carol Dweck’s work has focused on the ideas of “fixed” and “growth” mindset, yet educators will need to go a step further with these notions to create the learning opportunities and that our students and schools deserve. We need to focus not only what we know, but what we do with what we know. In this talk, George will discuss the idea and characteristics of “The Innovator’s Mindset” (as discussed in the book of the same title), and share powerful examples on why this is so crucial for all educators. George’s presentations are known to be emotional, humorous, all while pushing your thinking, and will definitely connect to your heart first, in a way that will last with you long after this keynote.

Leading Innovative Teaching and Learning (Keynote/Workshop)
Description: Although schools are moving forward, change is always something that many struggle with.  Focusing on an innovator’s mindset and our “why”, this workshop is meant for leaders to help others within their organization not only accept change, but embrace it, to create better powerful learning opportunities for our learners.  It is not focused on the “how to” of technology, but is more focused on the conversations that will help staff move forward in a way that they will be excited yet feel supported in their journey.

The Networked Leader/Educator (Keynote and /or Workshop)
Description:  The role of school/district administrator is essential to what happens in the classroom, yet we often are unaware of some of the amazing opportunities that social media is not only providing our students and teachers, but ourselves as well.  As school administrators, we need to be the “Learning Leader” for our organization and social media gives us the opportunity to connect, openly learn, and humanize our organization.  When we learn together first, only then can we effectively lead our schools to continuous improvement.

5 Questions You Should Ask Your Leader (Keynote and /or Workshop)
Description:  The role of school or district administrator has changed dramatically and instead of people serving the leader, it is more important that it is the other way around.  In this talk/workshop, I discuss five key questions that we need to be able to answer as leaders and the innovative ways that we need to look at our role as administrators.

Learning By Design (Keynote/Workshop)
Description: We know that the role of school has change, but it is important for people to understand why it needs to change.  Once that can be established, then we are more likely to embrace this change, and move forward with the learning of ourselves, and more importantly help our students move forward as well. In this talk, George will discuss the “why” of change, and then using the ISTE Nets, give examples on “how” we can make this happen.

The Myths of Technology and Learning  (Keynote and /or Workshop)
Description: This keynote helps to address some of the “myths” or pushback that many organizations go through in moving technology forward in their organizations.  With many powerful and personal stories of how technology can improve learning and relationships, this has been a great opportunity to help those reluctant move forward in their thinking and adopt a growth mindset.

What to look for in Today’s Classroom (Keynote and /or Workshop)
Description:  The focus of the classroom has, for the better, shifted from a focus on the teacher to a focus on the learner.  In this talk, I will share several elements of what we should be looking for in today’s classroom, knowing that focusing on only a few at a time, can start the move towards a transformational learning environment.

From Digital Citizenship to Digital Leadership (Keynote and /or Workshop)
Description: We often tell our students that what they do online can affect their future, but do we share or teach them how their online presence can also provide them opportunities that we never had as kids?  There are many great examples of people and students doing things to not only improve their own opportunities, but to improve the lives of those in their school, communities, and around the world.  Kids have an opportunity to make a difference and we need to focus on giving them both the opportunities and tools to make a difference in their world through the effective use of technology and social media.

Involving Parents in the Process of Learning (Keynote and /or Workshop)
Description: Parent involvement in the learning process of schools is the number one factor for student success.  As schools look forward towards using social media to improve learning in their schools, many parents are fearful of what this means.  Social media provides an opportunity for parents to have meaningful engagement in the learning of their child.  This can greatly change the conversations not only at school, but also at home with the child.  This talk provides peace of mind to parents while also engaging them in considering the unique opportunity they have to participate in their child’s learning.


When working with groups, I encourage discussing the “why” through a keynote then following up with hands-on workshops.  This pushes learning forward, having participants leave with ready to use tools and educators ready to implement their new learning immediately.  Examples of workshops on specific ideas and tools that I provide are:

  • What is innovation in education and how do we move forward?
  • Twitter for administrators/educators/parents
  • Blogs as a portfolio
  • Google Apps in the Classroom
  • Web 2.0 Tools for learning/communication
  • Creating a Digital Footprint for our Students
  • Digital Literacy
  • Digital Identity
  • Creating Blended Learning Environments

(Click here for a “menu” of my workshops in greater detail.)

Here is a link to my presentations which are all Creative Commons Licensed for reuse:

George Couros Presentation Slides



  1. Chris McCullough

    Can we convince you to come the Middle Years Conference? Its in Edmonton on April 15, 2011! You may have heard of our keynote speaker!


  2. Fulvio Frijo

    George than you for your great presentation at ISTE 2013 in San Antonio. Your take on innovation was powerful and inspiration, Thanks.

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  4. Kelly Hudson


    We will be hosting a summer of e-Learning conference focusing on digital leadership, integrating technology into project based learning, and Google Apps. This will take place July 26th, 2016 in Auburn, Indiana and were wondering if George would be available as a keynote speaker that day. Thanks!

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