The Next Step in PLCs
Collaborative Teams That Transform Schools offers F–12 teachers, leaders and administrators a practical, comprehensive model for implementing high-performing professional learning communities (PLCs). The PLC process emphasises collaboration, critical inquiry, and improved learning, and has been proven to significantly benefit teachers, students, and school leaders at all levels.
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Why Collaborative Teams That Transform Schools?
Developing collaborative teams will enable your school to transform components critical to improving education—including curriculum, assessment, instruction, and teacher development. Become part of a growing network of schools who are using the key ideas and strategies from this body of work to transform student learning in their school.
The Collaborative Teams that Transform Schools framework builds on the key four questions of PLCs at Work and adds two other significant question for teams:
- What is it we want our students to know?
- How will we know if our students are learning?
- How will we respond when students do not learn?
- How will we enrich and extend the learning for students who are proficient?
- How will we increase our instructional competence?
- How will we coordinate our efforts as a school?
Our authors and in-school specialists can help you address each of the six questions and provide you with proven strategies for increasing team effectiveness and trabsforming your school into a high effective PLC.