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Welcome to an adventure! If you are a teacher who is interested in developing a professional learning community to develop your classroom repertoire and increase your students' achievement and motivation, you are in for a treat. A professional learning community (PLC) is a small group of teachers or administrators that meets regularly and works between meetings to accomplish shared goals. PLCs are vehicles for connecting teacher practice and student outcomes, improving both.
About this book: Protocols for Professional Learning is your guide to helping PLCs successfully explore any topic. You'll find step-by-step instructions for implementing 16 different protocols that can be used to examine student work or professional practice, address problems with students or among faculty, and facilitate effective discussions.
Chapter 1: What Protocols Are and Why to Use Them
Chapter 2: The Nuts and Bolts of Using Protocols
Chapter 3: Protocols for Examining Student Work
Chapter 4: Protocols for Examining Professional Practice
Chapter 5: Protocols for Addressing Issues and Problems
Chapter 6: Protocols for Effective Discussions
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