Professional Learning Communities (PLC)
- All Things PLC This site was created to serve as a collaborative, objective resource for educators and administrators who are committed to enhancing student achievement.
- Anneberg Learner: This site is great for content-focused conversations and learning in your PLCs and is also set up by grade level.
- Center for Authentic PLCs: Daniel R. Venables shares this resource resource for teachers, teacher leaders, and school and district administrators who are interested in implementing authentic PLCs that truly impact student learning, both in terms of how many and how much kids learn.
- National School Reform Faculty: Search "professional learning communities" and access multiple resources, including protocols for implementing professional learning communities.
- PLCWashington was developed to help implement, support, and sustain meaningful professional learning communities in schools. PLCWashington is built on the premise that PLC work becomes a structure for professional development in schools, the work engages staff in a collaborative process, and the process is focused on student learning and instructional practice.
- Professional Learning Communities
Increasingly, educators speak of professional learning communities (PLCs) as a potent school improvement strategy that melds staff development practices with well-focused school change processes to improve student learning. On SEDL site (SEDL, an affiliate of American Institutes for Research, is a nonprofit education research, development, and dissemination organization based in Austin, Texas), you will find links to the following resources:
- The School Reform Initiative (SRI) creates transformational learning communities fiercely committed to educational equity and excellence. Access protocols for implementation.
This page was updated on January 8, 2017. Please contact Lou Howell with additional websites.