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Creating a Climate for Professional Learning Communities. 1. Change is a process not an event. 1. PLC Tools and Processes. Analyzing and Interpreting Data. Logistics: Who, when, where Topic for discussion. Collaborative Work. Interventions. Curriculum. Ways of talking.

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PLC Tools and Processes

Analyzing and Interpreting Data

Logistics:

Who, when, where

Topic for discussion

Collaborative Work

Interventions

Curriculum

Ways of talking

Norms of collaboration

Student data:

Classroom, local, state

Instruction

Team inventories

Teacher data: degrees, years teaching, pd experiences

Assessment

School data: demographics, programs

Community data:

Demographics, support, volunteers

building a professional learning community
Read Handout: Variations on a Theme: All Kids Can Learn…

Star one variation that best describes the beliefs that are operating in your school or schools you are working with.

Stand by the chart with the variation of the school you starred.

Discuss whether or not you agree with the belief (why or why not.)

© 2008 Corwin Press. All rights reserved. From A Data Coach’s Guide to Improving Learning for All Students

by N. Love, K. E. Stiles, S. Mundry & K. DiRanna

Building a Professional Learning Community
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Stand by the variation that best represents the school you would want to send your own child/grandchild/relative to.

Discuss why you chose that school.

Look at the lists of what the schools do when students do not learn and what teachers see as the causes for students not learning.

Discuss your reactions to these lists: Does this lens on the school alter your choice? Why or why not?

Do any of you want to change your selection? If so, move to another corner.

© 2008 Corwin Press. All rights reserved. From A Data Coach’s Guide to Improving Learning for All Students

by N. Love, K. E. Stiles, S. Mundry & K. DiRanna

Building a Professional Learning Community
reflection
What description did I choose for my school(s) and why?

How comfortable am I with this description?

How might a PLC make our school(s) more like School D?

Reflection
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Ways of Talking

Conversation

Deliberation

Balcony view

Suspension

Discussion

Dialogue

Understanding

Decision

noc cards
Work in partners

One person deal the cards

Separate your “hand” into those you

know and those you don’t

Play a card that you know: explain

and give examples

Alternate

At your table, get help with the ones you

don’t know

NOC Cards
norms of collaboration
Pause

Paraphrase

Probe

Put ideas on the table

Presume positive intent

Pay attention to self and others

Pursue a balance between advocacy and inquiry

Norms of Collaboration

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a and i role play
At your table, select 1 advocate (A),

4 inquirers (I) and 2 observers (O)

Advocate selects a topic for which they

have passion and for which inquirers might

have other ideas.

Begin discussion--with A advocating, I trying to

understand A and the O takin’ it all in!

Stop at the signal; O share what they noticed

A and I Role Play
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Review the NOC inventory

Think about your behavior in team

meetings

Select a norm that you want to practice

Rank your current use of the norm

Set a goal for your next meeting

How might you use the inventory

with your team?

Reflection