The Dynamic Learning Project

The Dynamic Learning Project helps school systems build and strengthen instructional coaching programs. It enables coaches to provide every teacher with the hands-on support they need to meet system-wide initiatives and bring digital skills to life for each student.

Program Supporters

Transform Coaching to Transform Learning

Technology can support truly incredible teaching. Schools and districts see that, and they have invested in these tools. Now they need a clear path to getting real value from those investments—to make technology come alive for their students.

The Dynamic Learning Project (DLP) is about coaching and change management. The program addresses issues of technology use, equity and career readiness in schools across the nation. Better technology coaching is directly related to better learning. But the value of coaching reaches far beyond just the classroom.

Our research shows when you bring a DLP coach into your school, it helps create a culture of educational success—one classroom, one teacher, one student at a time.

Program Components

  • Research-proven Coaching Model & Curriculum

    Research-proven coaching model developed by author and education leader Jennie Magiera to provide structure for effective coaching, and a graduate-level curriculum to support coaches and leaders implement the model.

  • Dedicated Coaching Mentor

    Expert mentor to enhance coaches' impact through regular 1:1 meetings and to support principals' school transformation efforts through regional consultation.

  • Custom Program App & Data

    Web app that enables coaches to document meetings and collect data during classroom visits, allows administrators to easily access and review teachers' progress, and delivers research reports compiled by Digital Promise on program impact.

  • Summer Coaching Conference at Google

    2-Day hands-on conference at Google for coaches and administrators to learn about the coaching model, hear from prominent speakers and enjoy networking opportunities.

Making An Impact

79 %

DLP Teachers increased impactful technology use as a result of DLP coaching.

92 %

DLP Teachers report coaching improves student engagement after a year of DLP coaching.

Stories from Dynamic Learning Project Participants

The DLP is helping teachers to use technology meaningfully and purposefully... Now teachers are actually thinking about technology to enhance the lesson. The Chromebook has become more than just a word processor.
Tim Young Principal, Charles R. Drew Middle School
DLP has changed the culture in this building - what the teachers are willing to learn, to try, and to share. DLP is fostering the environment where they have a growing sense of comfort to try new things.
Michael Maniscalco Principal, Oxford Middle School
The DLP Coaching Model provides the much needed framework for a position that could easily be perceived as one that lacks structure and accountability. Having structure in black and white builds coaching confidence, inspiring and empowering coaches to participate and encourage innovative risk-taking opportunities with teachers.
Ivey Homer Coach, Lexington Middle School
I love knowing that I am not alone because I can contact my mentor anytime for support and always get a quick response.
Debby Smith Coach, Munford Elementary School
The biggest strength is the power that comes not only from having the coach in my building but for that coach to have access to the other DLP coaches and mentors to bring real and relevant tools to individual teachers in their classrooms
Current DLP Principal

Express Interest

EdTechTeam is looking for schools to participate in our 2019 / 2020 cohort. If you are interested in transforming coaching in your district or school, we would love to talk with you to share more about pricing and how we can support your goals.

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