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  • 1.
    • TMS Curriculum Fair
  • 2. Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) TMS Professional Development Committee Suzanne Cariddi Julie Meehan Ann Powell Diane Schulthes
  • 3. Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) Introduction
  • 4.
    • Compile needs assessment
    • Compile needs assessment
    June
    • Work with school committee on needs assessment
    • Create needs assessment
    May
    • Meet with school committee for professional learning reading
    • Explore professional learning activities
    Apr
    • COLLECT AND REVIEW DISTRICT-LEVEL PLANS
    • Meet with school committee for professional learning reading
    • Analyze PD day evaluations
    Mar
    • Collect and review DOE information
    • Complete district plan
    • Review district plan
    Feb
    • Explore professional learning activities
    • WRITE DISTRICT PLAN
    • Ongoing PD on PLCs
    Jan
    • Review and collect school data
    • Ongoing PD on PLCs
    Dec
    • Collect district data from schools
    • COMPLETE plan
    • SUBMIT by month’s end
    Nov
    • Review school committee template
    • Review county continuum
    • Start PD plan
    Oct
    • Review district data
    • Training, if needed
    • Review school data
    • Training, if needed
    Sept
    • 15 members
    • 4 teachers
    • 2 administrators
    • 3 teachers
    • 1 administrator
    County PD Board District PD Committee School PD Committee
  • 5.
    • Compile needs assessment
    • Compile needs assessment
    June
    • Work with school committee on needs assessment
    • Create needs assessment
    May
    • Meet with school committee for professional learning reading
    • Explore professional learning activities
    Apr
    • COLLECT AND REVIEW DISTRICT-LEVEL PLANS
    • Meet with school committee for professional learning reading
    • Analyze PD day evaluations
    Mar
    • Collect and review DOE information
    • Complete district plan
    • Review district plan
    Feb
    • Explore professional learning activities
    • WRITE DISTRICT PLAN
    • Ongoing PD on PLCs
    Jan
    • Review and collect school data
    • Ongoing PD on PLCs
    Dec
    • Collect district data from schools
    • COMPLETE PLAN
    • SUBMIT PLAN TO DISTRICT BY END OF THE MONTH
    Nov
    • Review school committee template
    • Review county continuum
    • Start PD plan
    Oct
    • Review district data
    • Training, if needed
    • Review school data
    • Training, if needed
    Sept
    • 15 members
    • 4 teachers
    • 2 administrators
    • 3 teachers
    • 1 administrator
    County PD Board District PD Committee School PD Committee
    • WRITE DISTRICT PLAN
  • 6.
    • WRITE DISTRICT PLAN
    • REVIEW
    • DISTRICT PLAN
    • Compile needs assessment
    • Compile needs assessment
    June
    • Work with school committee on needs assessment
    • Create needs assessment
    May
    • Meet with school committee for professional learning reading
    • Explore professional learning activities
    Apr
    • COLLECT AND REVIEW DISTRICT-LEVEL PLANS
    • Meet with school committee for professional learning reading
    • Analyze PD day evaluations
    Mar
    • Collect and review DOE information
    • Complete district plan
    • Review district plan
    Feb
    • Explore professional learning activities
    • WRITE DISTRICT PLAN
    • Ongoing PD on PLCs
    Jan
    • Review and collect school data
    • Ongoing PD on PLCs
    Dec
    • Collect district data from schools
    • COMPLETE PLAN
    • SUBMIT PLAN TO DISTRICT BY END OF THE MONTH
    Nov
    • Review school committee template
    • Review county continuum
    • Start PD plan
    Oct
    • Review district data
    • Training, if needed
    • Review school data
    • Training, if needed
    Sept
    • 15 members
    • 4 teachers
    • 2 administrators
    • 3 teachers
    • 1 administrator
    County PD Board District PD Committee School PD Committee
  • 7. Norms [suz choose some!]
    • Stay on schedule, be on time
    • Participate actively: if you think it, say it
    • Ask questions
    • Take care of your neighbor (if somebody's on the wrong page, help them, etc.)
    • One person talks at a time
    • Take care of yourself
    • What is said here, stays here; what is learned here leaves here!
    • It's OK to have fun
    • Suffering is optional!
    • Support each other in the learning process
    • Monitor progress--individually and group
    • Ask questions
    • Respect others' viewpoints
    • Take time to reflect
  • 8. The Three Crucial Questions
    • What is it we want all students to learn?
    • How will we know when each student has learned it?
    • How will we respond when a student does not learn?
  • 9. The PLC Decision-Making Cycle Continually Revisit, Reflect, Revise
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  • 17. To Facilitate Our Learning Wiki - http:// snoringdog . pbworks .com
  • 18. For Tomorrow...
    • DuFour, R. (2004). Schools as Learning Communities. Educational Leadership , 61(8), 6-11.
    • Basic definition of PLCs
    • Available on the WIKI
  • 19. Thank You!

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