There is an emerging “second level digital divide” in US schools, which is fueled by major differences in how teachers and students use technology. The Dynamic Learning Project seeks to improve education equity and student learning by supporting teachers with classroom coaching in an effort to better leverage technology in powerful and meaningful ways.
We are working with 50 underserved schools in five regions across the U.S. to engage full-time coaches to provide personalized support to help educators use technology in transformative ways. Each school will receive mentoring and ongoing professional development, and will participate in a community of practice.
The grounding research question we intend to answer is: What are the conditions necessary for instructional coaching to effectively foster powerful use of technology for instruction?
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