We believe in the power of research to ground and inform our work. Here are several reports where we explore coaching as a tool to close the Digital Learning Gap.
presents findings from a survey administered to instructional technology coaches in the United States at the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic. It shows the role that instructional technology coaches played in the transition to online and home-based instruction.
Building on findings from the inaugural year of the program, this report shares results from Year Two of the Dynamic Learning Project pilot, focusing on how coaching improves teacher practices and student engagement and learning. Read the full report and download our infographic to further explore our Year Two findings.
This report shares results from the inaugural year of the Dynamic Learning Project pilot, making the case that classroom-based coaching improves teacher and student impactful technology use. Read the full report and download our infographic to further explore our Year One findings.
This literature review explores existing empirical evidence on the efficacy of coaching as a form of professional development, and provides an overview of potential frameworks for designing and evaluating coaching programs focused on meaningful technology use.
Digital Promise and Learning Forward partnered to design a national survey exploring the prevalence of and existing support for instructional coaching across the U.S. This report discusses the findings of the survey and offers recommendations for improvement.