How to Create Professional Learning Communities
Do you see the value in continual professional development for educators? Would you like to organize regular meetings to keep you and your team up-to-date on the latest assessment methods and instructional strategies? Then this free guide is for you! This guide will help you and your team get the right professional tools needed to collaborate and share best practices for increased student success.
Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) are one of the most effective ways for educators to collaborate and share strategies. They provide a forum to for the adoption of differentiated instruction, allowing for a more flexible curriculum and empowering educators to personalize education for students. After all, students all have different learning styles and interests. However, creating PLCs takes careful planning and execution in order to be engaging and impactful.
Whether your school is private or public, this guide will be invaluable as your school grows its professional development strategy. From implementing a new assessment method to revamping your curriculum mapping process, PLCs are foundational to maximizing your students' potential for success.
This guide will highlight:
- Why you should create PLCs
- How to effectively recruit members and create groups
- How to create effective PLC meetings