How do you “guide the learning” during your professional learning communities (PLCs) or data meetings to ensure there are equitable learning outcomes for ALL students?

Below are three strategies, I share with school leaders to ensure PLCs are focused on the change in which they want to see for ALL students:

  1. Identify a focus towards your instructional priority/goal
  2. Create a PLC protocol document that will serve as a tool to keep the equitable learning at the core
  3. Develop outcomes focused questions that will promote equitable learning as teachers plan for instruction

As I share these beginning steps with school leaders, I often guide them to this particular article (referenced at the end) which supports the research of equity and effective PLCs.

I am an advocate for PLCs that present a rich opportunity to improve instruction, as there is evidence that teacher teams, collaborating together, impact the learning outcomes of students.

Read more to build effective PLC and share with your team of leaders…

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