The Phillips Developmental Project Model

The Phillips Developmental Project Model is designed to provide information on how to help people strive for excellence and fulfill their academic potential. The purpose of the model is to develop character by contributing to family development, community development and a better society. The Phillips Developmental Project Model seeks to eliminate negative concerns, real or perceived, in the learning environment.

At We Tutor You, we believe that a good learning environment is developed, rather than assumed. The Phillips Developmental Project Model is based on 40 years of experience with research proven methods, classroom and individual setting proven techniques, methods over time developed for greater cognitive skills and PDP developed over many years.

The Phillips Developmental Project Model is an initiative to improve learning by allowing all students to respond to multiple challenges, reverse patterns that have caused reduced performance and utilize various resources in their academic endeavors.

The ultimate outcome of The Phillips Developmental Project Model is to produce students of high academic quality who will benefit society and meet the goals of Louisiana's education.



Improves or Accelerates Learning

-Learner - instructor friendly method

-All emphasis is placed on the learner

-Learner's needs met - learning improves

-With greater achievements, behavior improves

Aspects Influenced by the PDP

-Cognitive component -- Perceives, stores, processes, and retrieves information, also directs and manages input and output functioning

-Affective component -- Can modify perceptions and thoughts before and after they are processed cognitively

-Spiritual component -- How we approach the unknowns of life, how we define and relate to the sacred

-Behavioral system -- Overt action of organism (output of the individual)

A Multi-Modular Approach

-Multi level reading skills building

-Multi level writing skills building

-Multi level math skills building

-Problem solving and reasoning development


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