May 1, 2019 | By Jessica Schuler
The Dynamic Learning Project (DLP) utilizes coaching for classroom teachers to increase impactful use of technology in select schools across the country. In our new video below, educators from the Yough School District in southwestern Pennsylvania share how the DLP has positively impacted teaching and learning in their classrooms.
“He brings some of my lessons to life and and puts another spin on it, makes it even bigger and a lot more fun,” said Tricia Fretts, a teacher at West Newton Elementary School, about Yough’s DLP coach John Cortazzo.
“Seeing what the DLP has done for us, not just academically, but socially, behaviorally, emotionally with all of our kids—it’s allowing us to fulfill the needs of the whole learner,” said Kevin Smetak, principal at Yough Intermediate Middle School.
Watch the video below to see how the DLP has benefited the Yough School District, then learn more about the Dynamic Learning Project and see how your school can become part of the DLP at DynamicLearningProject.com.
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