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PLC Showcases: Boosting PLC's to Ensure Individual Student Growth
In an effort to strengthen and monitor the professional learning community process, Liberal High School developed PLC Showcases. These showcases are presented quarterly by teams of teachers to administrators and colleagues and highlight and celebrate learning outcomes, student results, and interventions and enrichment opportunities based on student data. In addition, the showcases foster improved collaboration among teachers and administrators as well as horizontal and vertical alignment. The purpose of this session is to explain and model a PLC Showcase while providing perspectives from both teacher leaders and administrators. The team of teachers and administrators will also describe how showcases have impacted their school's ability to monitor and celebrate individual student growth.
This talk was presented at:
National Title I Conference
February 2017 in Long Beach, CA
For more information:
ashley.kappelmann@usd480.net
Speakers
Shiloh Vincent

The administrators and teachers presenting this session have extensively studied the work of DuFour as well as attended the PLC At Work conference and workshop.

Ashley Kappelmann

The administrators and teachers presenting this session have extensively studied the work of DuFour as well as attended the PLC At Work conference and workshop.

Eli Svaty

The administrators and teachers presenting this session have extensively studied the work of DuFour as well as attended the PLC At Work conference and workshop.

Joshua Paulus

The administrators and teachers presenting this session have extensively studied the work of DuFour as well as attended the PLC At Work conference and workshop.