Chapter 1- Professional Learning Communities

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21st Century Classroom Notes  Chapter 1 Professional Learning Communities Teachers collaborating together to benefit a students’ education Work together for the student/ what they need Serves as a promising strategy for sustained substantive school improvement Focus on learning not teaching Four building blocks of PLC Mission- whats our purpose Vision- what do we hope to become Values-how must we behave to make our vision reality Goals- what specific steps will we take to achieve the objective Ensuring students learn What do we want students to learn How do we know when a students learns What if a students struggles and doesn’t learn How do you react if a student already knows it Difficulty learning
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Unformatted text preview: Intervene quickly Change the way in which you teach the topic More notes in notebook Common core Prepares students to be college and or career ready Common standards across states Fewer things at a grade level but teaches them deeply Response to intervention (RTI) A net to catch students that are falling behind behaviorally and educationally Tier one: universal interventions where all students are preventive proactive 80% tier two: targeted group interventions some students at risk high efficiency rapid response 15% tier three: individual intensive interventions individual students assessment-based high intensity of longer duration 5% send intervention support team (IST)...
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  • Spring '13
  • Johnson
  • 5%, 15%, RTI, 80%, Professional Learning Communities, Century Classroom Notes

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