How to Launch PLCs in Your District (Solutions) (Differentiate What Actual and Imagined Implementation Looks Like) (Solutions for Digital Learner-centered Classrooms) by W. Richard Smith

How to Launch PLCs in Your District (Solutions) (Differentiate What Actual and Imagined Implementation Looks Like) (Solutions for Digital Learner-centered Classrooms)

Book Title: How to Launch PLCs in Your District (Solutions) (Differentiate What Actual and Imagined Implementation Looks Like) (Solutions for Digital Learner-centered Classrooms)

Publisher: Solution Tree

ISBN: 193676539X

Author: W. Richard Smith


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Transform your district with thriving professional learning communities. Implementing high-performing PLCs can enhance educators' outlooks and dramatically improve learning for all students. With this user-friendly guide, your team will discover practical, research-based strategies for committing to districtwide PLC implementation, navigating challenges along the way, and ensuring sustainable practices are in place for far-reaching, lasting results.

Benefits


-Discover how Sanger Unified School District successfully implemented PLCs.
-Consider the elements for successful member selection for your district's guiding coalition.
-Explore the 18 critical issues for successful PLC implementation.
Review optional PLC implementation kick-off steps and common PLC implementation models.
-Understand rubrics' strengths and weaknesses for district and site leadership uses.

Contents
About the Author
Introduction
Chapter 1: Developing a District Guiding Coalition and Common Language
Chapter 2: Empowering Site Leadership Through Staff Development and Training
Chapter 3: Monitoring to Sustain Momentum
Chapter 4: Ensuring Sustainability Through Ongoing Commitment and Implementation
References and Resources