This work presents a conceptual framework for educational innovation within Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM) to develop relevant learning experiences in the discipline. Nowadays, education is shifting from traditional passive approaches in which students listen and see into active settings involving learn-by-doing real-life experiences to develop appropriate competencies. LSCM educational innovation commonly refers to fragmented aspects such as the appropriateness of contents or specific teaching methods; however, the educational model transformation has little attention and the recognition of a high pertinent and engaging learning. Therefore, we presented a comprehensive framework for educational innovation to define a structure of educational components to recreate active learning experiences. Finally, we described the implementation of this framework, the progression within the MIT SCALE Network in Latin America, and insights for future work.