|Statement||prepared by: Jamie J. Posgai, Cynthia L. Uline ; in cooperation with Edward Palmer, Kim Ray.|
|Series||Transforming learning communities|
|Contributions||Uline, Cynthia L., Palmer, Edward, principal., Ray, Kim., Ohio. Dept. of Education., Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
This study guide is a companion to the book Building a Professional Learning Community at Work: A Guide to the First Year by Parry Graham and William M. Ferriter. By focusing on the successes and challenges inherent in the process, Building a Professional Learning CommunityFile Size: 63KB. I recently sat down with Scott Gerber and Ryan Paugh, co-founders of The Community Company, to discuss their upcoming book, Superconnector: Stop Networking and Start Building Relationships that. Building and sustaining relationships are at the heart of organizing communities. The strength of community lies in the strength of the connections that we have with each other. With strong connections, people have the power to make real change. Building these connections takes time; but it is worth it. It takes careful planning to form a useful and functional PLC, but once the foundation is built, the benefits will soon be evident. This how-to article accompanies the feature " Teachers and Community Members Practice TLC with PLCs." Here are a few tips to consider when planning a Author: Ellen Ullman.
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‘A professional learning community that leads to continuous improvement in teaching practices and student outcomes does not just happen. It depends on a strong professional culture characterised by shared norms and values, a focus on student learning, collaborative approaches to work and reflective inquiry into teaching practices, as well as. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Graham, Parry. Building a professional learning community at work. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press, © Reflection questions at the end of each chapter propel educators deeper into each topic, making this book a rich resource. —Linda Gillespie, Family and Infant Development Specialist Throughout this insightful book, there is a continual thread of building on family strengths and understanding a family’s needs and hopes for their child. History. The phrase professional learning community began to be used in the s after Peter Senge's book The Fifth Discipline () had popularized the idea of learning organizations: 2 related to the idea of reflective practice espoused by Donald Schön in books such as The Reflective Turn: Case Studies in and on Educational Practice (). Charles B. Myers and Lynn K. Myers used the.