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Professional Learning Communities

PLC Files Below

  • I created the "Schenevus PLC" powerpoint to review the basic principles of the Professional Learning Community. I look at why Schenevus ought to work to develop a PLC, how we might go about it, and what we should look like when we get there. Save the file to your computer and view it with notes pages to see an additional explanation of each slide.
  • Teresa Glavin's powerpoint presentation "Building a Professional Learning Community" from the September 2 conference day. Save the file to your computer and view it with notes pages to see an additional explanation of each slide.
  • Mrs. Bookhard and Mr. Jennings' powerpoint presentation on PLCs from the October 24th Conference Day. Save the file to your computer and view it with notes pages to see an additional explanation of each slide.
  • Tom Jennings' and Karen Rowe's powerpoint presentation and handouts on the critical questions of a PLC and common assessments from the January 8th Workshop. Save the file to your computer and view it with notes pages to see an additional explanation of each slide.
  • March Conference Day - "Focusing on what matters most" PLC Team Feedback Sheet

Also take a look at AllThingsPLC.org for a lot more information on Professional Learning Communities.



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