Bell High School Professional Learning Communities. Facilitator Professional Development January 21, 2009. To develop a support group of facilitators for PLC work. To develop a deeper understanding of the purpose of a PLC and how to guide a PLC’s daily and cyclical work. Expected Outcomes.
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Bell High SchoolProfessional Learning Communities
Facilitator Professional Development
January 21, 2009
To develop a support group of facilitators for PLC work.
To develop a deeper understanding of the purpose of a PLC and how to guide a PLC’s daily and cyclical work.
“One of the most powerful lessons learned is that those who make the most progress in becoming a professional learning community are those who take action, make mistakes, learn from their mistakes, and begin again more intelligently”
– Whatever It Takes, DuFour, DuFour, Eaker, & Karhanek (2004)
“A number of school systems have transformed their accountability system to provide positive and meaningful feedback to teachers, students and administrators to showcase teacher professionalism as an integral part of constructive accountability”
– Accountability for Learning, Reeves (2004)
What learning occurs at each step?
What are some things you plan to take back to your PLC?
In relation to:
“What did we do? How did we do it?”