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Transcript

The PLC Process

How to have an effective PLC

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What do we want all students to learn?

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Starting the process.

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How will we know if they learned it?

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WHat's next?

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How will we respond if learning has not occured?

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How will we respond if learning has already occured?

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Celebrate!!

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  • Create a CSA for skill being assessed.
  • Create CFAs as checkpoints.
  • Create lessons and activities that focus the skill.
    • How will you model the skill?
    • What cooperative, skills-based activities can you do?
    • What does independent practice for the skill look like?

  • Setting Norms:
    • Build a safe environment for teachers with a shared vision and goals
  • Have a Facilitator:
    • This helps the team engage in conversations that promote learning, risk taking, and innovation.

  • Reteach
    • Based on data, this may be whole class, small group, or individual (as needed)
  • Reassess Learning
    • Repeat cycle or seek out high Tier 3 intervention if needed.

  • Deliver the Lesson(s)
  • Give Common Assessment
  • Analyze the Data.
    • The next step splits into two plans, based on the results of the common assessment.

  • Essential Standard
    • For the Unit: Name the Essential Standard and list any supporting standards that you may need.
  • Understand the Standard
    • As a team: Break down the standard(s) and create your learning objectives for mastery.

  • Enrich and Deepen understanding
    • This may be done by other team members if you all decide to use that strategy.
    • Create a product that demonstrates mastery of skill.

  • Discuss the best practices with your team and bank them for later
    • Talk about what was and was not successful.
  • Proceed to the next Standard and start the process again.