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District Leadership  |  Organizational Leadership & Change Management  |  School Leadership  |  Teachers

Maximizing Time During a PLC Meeting, To Keep Students at the Center

More than ever, teachers need connections and opportunities to talk about student learning, celebrate progress and discuss overcoming challenges. The welcome and standard structure of PLCs in schools is an obvious route for these professional conversations. It is easy for meetings to be eaten up with personal stories, professional questions, and school concerns. It distracts from the intention of this time, which is designed to ensure students are at the center of teaching and learning.

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