Professional learning communities
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Whether your school is starting out with PLCs or an old hand at it, this page will provide you with some additional readings and resources that may help to make PLCs as successful as possible....
Craig Jahnke saved to PLC Resources
Read about teacher collaboration tips for members of a professional learning community. Learn how to create a positive culture through self-reflection.
Kim Anderson saved to classroom ideas
The acronym PLC refers to Professional Learning Communities, which are organized collaborative structures among educators. Many schools have PLC’s, but how they are set up and run vary greatly. A discussion recently came up in the Instructional Coaching Connection Facebook group where a coach was looking for advice from other coaches on how PLC’s are…
Laurie Esposito saved to Great idea!
This guide to professional learning communities gives you all the tools, examples, and processes you need to start a plc in education.
Amy Wiseley Pruner saved to Instructional coach
Goals Together, we will: Understand why Council Rock is ready to embark on the Professional Learning Community journey. Develop a common understanding of Professional Learning Communities and their essential components. Understand the process of a collaborative team and the necessary steps to begin meaningful work. Ann
Allison Nys saved to Professional Development
Many schools use PLCs for teacher collaboration, but whether they really fit that description is up for debate. Here are 5 ways to tell if your PLC isn't living up to its name.
A data chat with a professional learning community can be a powerful tool to increase teacher proficiency and student achievement. Having a process in place to lead a productive and successful discussion is imperative to achieving the change you desire. Get all the tips and tricks you need to lead a successful PLC meeting.
Betsy Gilbert saved to Teacher Binder
The most common words in school vision and mission statements are: 1. Christian 2. Community 3. Safe 4. Excellence 5. Potential 6. Skills 7. Global 8. Prepare 9. Achieve 10. Life-long
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10 Kinds of PD Teachers Actually Want. Hundreds of hours are lost every year to ineffective professional development. Here's the PD teachers want to see from school leaders. #teaching #teacher #careertips
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