The Work Of A PLC

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RUSD source document on what teachers do when they meet collaboratively, based on Rick DuFour's work.

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The Work Of A PLC

  1. 1. J. Paredes 7/232/08 1. What do we want students to learn? · Unpack grade level standards so that all team mem- bers have a common understanding of the standards. · Use the standards as the focus for cognitive planning. · Adhere to pacing guides to ensure that all students have access to all standards. 2. How will we know if students are learning? · Establish long and short term SMART GOALS. · Determine common assessments w/ common pro- ficiency levels. · Design rigorous, daily lesson objectives. · Analyze the attainment of daily objectives and the results of common assessments. 3. How can we provide the best initial instruction? · Think about what students already know. · Consider how to prevent misunderstandings. · Plan for enrichment, extension, or acceleration in specific areas of mastery. · Design assignments/tasks that utilize engagement design qualities. 4. What do we do when they don t learn? · Share what worked best practices. · Use collective inquiry to identify and learn alter- native research based methods of instruction. · Identify students for strategic and intensive inter- ventions. · Analyze the effectiveness of interventions. GRADE LEVEL TEAMS/DEPARTMENT The Work of Professional Learning Communities MISSION VISION COLLECTIVE COMMITMENTS GOALS SCHOOL

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