San Diego, CA, April 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The New York City Department of Education has awarded Tech4Learning the contract to deliver high-quality professional development to private schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn, which services over 30,000 students in the Brooklyn and Queens areas of New York City.
Over 200 days of staff development and on-site coaching will be provided to schools participating in this Title III grant-funded opportunity as they work to utilize student-created multimedia to enhance literacy learning at all stages of language acquisition.
Tech4Learning has been under contract with New York City to deliver high-quality professional development for over ten years, serving schools directly and supporting educational grants received by the Department of Education.
“Tech4Learning is excited to partner with the Diocese of Brooklyn to expand the capacity of schools and strengthen instruction aimed at supporting English language acquisition,” shares Tech4Learning Director of Professional Development, Melinda Kolk. “Our focus on student-created multimedia and past professional development experiences with both public and private schools in New York City give us a unique expertise we can use to help the Diocese achieve their learning goals for all students."
For more information about Tech4Learning professional development, visit: www.tech4learning.com/professional-learning
Tech4Learning is an innovative educational technology company that develops and markets original professional development programs and creativity products for K-12 education. Founded in 1999, Tech4Learning has focused on developing tools educators need to be successful with technology in their classrooms. Tech4Learning can be found on the Internet at www.tech4learning.com.