LOVE THIS FLOW CHART. It is a great visual for how Professional Learning Communities work

PLC Team Cycle- My building has done a lot of work on using PLC's effectively. I serve on the PLC committee and lead my team in weekly meetings. This graphic shows the PLC model and explains what a PLC is to those not familiar with the concept.

PLN? Learn how to create and engage a PLC: Professional Learning Community.

How to Create a Professional Learning Community

How to Create a Professional Learning Community: It takes careful planning to form a useful and functional PLC, but once the foundation is built, the benefits will soon be evident.

This is a Professional Learning Community or Team meeting notebook. This notebook will help you stay organized and plan for your meetings each week. I would suggest placing it into a binder to stay organized!  In this notebook you will find different sections to record your information:-Date-Curriculum Sections-Reading-Writing-Math-Science-Social Studies-Specials-Goals/Plans for support-Follow up plans-School events/Field trips-Student Behavior-Parents-To Do…

Professional Learning Community Notebook-Team Meeting-Progress Monitoring

This is a Professional Learning Community or Team meeting notebook. This notebook will help you stay organized and plan for your meetings each week.

PLC Collaboration:  Working with difficult colleagues and tips for successful professional learning communities.

PLC Collaboration: Working with difficult colleagues and tips for successful professional learning communities.

Use this printable Professional Learning Community (PLC) form to set your team's agenda, take notes, and track student progress. Includes space to document: Curriculum map pacing/alignment, student achievement through data review (DIBELS, Galileo, subject-specific assessments), new strategies & ideas, action plan for addressing students who are above or below proficiency, and more.

Professional Learning Community Notes/Agenda (PLC)

Use this printable Professional Learning Community (PLC) form to set your team's agenda, take notes, and track student progress. Includes space to document:

Is Your Professional Learning Community a Farce? 5 Ways You Can Tell

Is Your Professional Learning Community a Farce

Is Your Professional Learning Community a Farce? - Many schools now use Professional Learning Communities for teacher collaboration, but whether they all truly fit that description is up for debate. Guest post by Chase Mielke.

Starting a PLC or looking for tips to revitalize and refocus an existing community? Post this #infographic in your office, share it with your colleagues, or circulate it on social media. #ProfDev

ASCD presents an infographic, "Best Practices for Professional Learning Communities" which makes for a great poster printout for all teachers involved in the new PLC structure of professional development.

The quickest way to send any teacher into a frenzy is to make us sit in an ineffective PLC (professional learning community) meeting. We'd rather grade a million essays, meet with an irate parent or even hear nails scratched

4 Ways to Make Your PLCs Meetings More Productive

A Professional Learning Community (PLC) is a group that is formed in schools in order to improve the school. It can be any type of group related to education. For example, similar grade teachers, content area teachers, committee's, etc. These groups share common goals to better their schools as a whole.

Free resource for setting up groups that are responsible for the learning of many students. These worksheets give an outline of what should be discussed and how to keep accountable for the info in order to keep the students' best interest in mind.

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