Faculty Researchers at UF and the University of Notre Dame, and experts from Study Edge, a Gainesville-based online tutoring company.Educational Technology are this study.
UF is awarded funds to support a new project called, Precision Eduction: A Virtual Learning Lab which among many developments in educational technology, will personalize learning for students with visual impairments.
A Success Story: Instructional Coaching in Seminole County
The Orlando Sentinel features Seminole County’s peer-coaching initiative in a partnership with the UF Lastinger Instructional Coaching Program. Like athletes, teachers also need coaching.
WUFT Features Story on Lastinger Center Instructional Coaching
WUFT features our contribution to research on encouraging school districts to adopt teacher coaching to promote student success in the classroom. Read the full report.
Coaching for Impact Six Pillars to Create Coaching Roles That Achieve Their Potential to Improve Teaching and Learning
This report was a collaborative effort of the University of Florida Lastinger Center, Learning Forward, and Public Impact.
WTVA Covers Algebra Nation’s Expansion to Mississippi
Northern Mississippi television station WTVA features Algebra Nation’s expansion to Monroe County. The county is one of 30 school districts in the state participating in Algebra Nation.
Improving Literacy in Struggling Pinellas County Schools
The Tampa Bay Times published a story on how the Lastinger Center, Kevin Gordon, a provost at St. Petersburg College, Clarence Williams, a pastor at Greater Mt. Zion AME, and State Rep. Darryl Rouson united to launch an effective reading program.
The Florida Teacher Leader Fellowship launches in 22 Counties in Florida
The Orlando Sentinel covers the Fellowship’s goals funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, including the formation of a network of teachers that will take learning back to their schools and districts.
The Lastinger Center seeks funding to help struggling readers in “failure factory” schools.
Politico Florida discusses how the UF Lastinger Center is in talks with lawmakers about piloting the Winning Reading Boost program in from 5 to 15 schools in 3 different districts, with the total cost not exceeding $1.5 million.