Keeping Students at the Center of PLCs

Professional Learning Communities or PLCs are a very common professional development method in today’s education world. But while many PLCs are incredible learning opportunities, others feel like time wasted.

As an instructional leader, you have to know how to plan and lead PLCs — and how to turn PLCs into events that truly support teacher learning and student growth. The good news: Planning and supporting the effective implementation of PLCs is a skill most instructional leaders can learn with more knowledge and better preparation.

In this webinar, Jennifer McDermott and Nicole Pete, K-12 teaching and proficiency learning coordinator at the Woodburn School District in Woodburn, Oregon, walk you through the specific skills needed to support the implementation of successful PLCs that can impact student growth.