What practices make collaborative meetings productive? How do you know what to look for? What can you do to help increase efficiency? How can leaders increase the effectiveness of embedded professional learning?
Research has documented that highly effective professional learning communities (PLC) increase student achievement by focusing on improving instructional practice. To be highly effective requires staying true to this purpose, utilizing appropriate structures, and being led by skilled facilitators who can foster deep collaborative relationships among PLC members.
In this two-day seminar we will examine the elements of highly effective PLCs, deepen your skills to facilitate the work of PLCs, and experience the power of PLCs that can result in better learning for students.
December 2 - 3, 2015
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Aumsville Elementary School; 970 Olney Street SE; Aumsville, OR 97325
Registration is $300 per person
Registration deadline is Friday, November 20, 2015