Professional learning communities (PLCs) are one of the most powerful ways for teachers to share teaching strategies with each other. They give teachers the ability to adopt differentiated instruction, allowing for more engaging and demanding curriculum. This recognizes and responds to student variance in interests, learning profiles, and readiness. However, creating a PLC takes careful planning and execution in order to effectively engage and educate its members.
This eBook has been written for administrators and teachers involved in creating effective professional development within their school or district. We recommend sharing this with other teachers and administrators who will be helping you to create professional learning communities. Also share this eBook with future PLC members to give them an idea of what to expect!
This eBook will show you:
- Why you should create PLCs
- How to effectively recruit members and create groups
- How to create meeting schedules
- How to get the most out of each PLC
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