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PLC - The Path to Student Success

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Peggy Childs

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Transcript of PLC - The Path to Student Success

Becoming better & better at our profession!
PLC - The Path to Student Success

What do we want students to learn (Planning and
pacing instruction)

How will we know if they have learned it?
(Collect data)

What do we do if they do not learn? (Intervention)

What do we do if they do learn it? (Enrichment)
Focus on LEARNING rather than teaching --- do whatever it takes to ensure that students are learning.

Work COLLABORATIVELY with colleagues to improve student achievement.

Focus on results using evidenced based explicit instruction (tied to core standards) & assessment --- be willing to HOLD YOURSELF ACCOUNTABLE for the success of your students.
What do we want students to learn? (Planning and pacing instruction)

How will we know if they have learned it?
(Collect data)

What do we do if they do not learn? (Intervention)

What do we do if they do learn it? (Enrichment)
4 Critical PLC Questions
4 Critical PLC Questions
3 Pillars for a PLC
Forming
Storming
Norming
Performing
Teachers in gap-closing
schools use assessments
more often, use data more
frequently, and work
collaboratively to analyze
and act upon data.
The Power of
Sticking to an Agenda
Norms
A set of rules or guidelines that are established by a team to shape the interactions and behaviors of the members to help them effectively operate.

Cultural Shifts in PLCs
Cultural Shifts in a PLC
A shift in
fundamental purpose
A shift in use of

assessments
A shift in the response when
students don't learn
A shift in the

work

of

teachers
A shift in
focus
Stages of Team Development
Communication
Words 6%
Tone 37%
Body Language 67%
Examples:
Respect other by coming on time
Come prepared with some data
Treat each other with respect
Bring a positive approach to all interactions
Talk about the future, not the past
Stay focused
Share the successes
Keeps us focused
Helps identify issues
Helps identify next steps
Guards the integrity of the process
Roles and Responsibilities
Facilitator
Notetaker
Timekeeper
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