Oct 05, 2015

First Steps in Forming a Professional Learning Community | ASCD Inservice

By Ella Mireles When I moved from my Professional Learning Community (PLC) school to a new school in a new town, I expected the same kind of environment. I quickly learned, however, that PLCs are not practiced everywhere. It was difficult to move from a place of collaboration, trust, and growth to a place of isolation and stagnancy. Research in the 1970s conducted by sociologist Dan Lortie found...

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