Vertical alignment k 12 alignment within a content

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vertical alignment K-12 alignment within a content area vertical articulation Teams of teachers getting together across K-12 content areas vision A realistic, credible, attractive future for an organization. Vision answers the question, “What do we hope to become at some point in the future?” Lakeville Area Public Schools • PLC Handbook • Page 27 modified 11/15/2010
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Appendices Lakeville Area Public Schools • PLC Handbook • Page 28 modified 11/15/2010
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Appendix A: PLC Planning Form Template PLC Name: _______________________ Facilitator: _____________________ Year: ________ PLC Members: Created group norms? Yes / No Question 1: What do we want our students to learn? What essential learning(s) will we focus on? PLC SMART goal Development Our Current Reality Our PLC SMART Goal: Goal Alignment: How does our PLC SMART goal align with the building and district goal(s)? Which specific building/district goal(s) does our SMART goal feed? Building Goal: District Goal: Question 2: How will we know if they have learned it? What common assessments will we use? Which ones will be formative? Which ones will be summative? Are they already developed or do we need to create them? If already developed, do any changes need to be made? How often will we administer the assessments to see how we are progressing toward our goal? How often will we analyze results? Lakeville Area Public Schools • PLC Handbook • Page 29 modified 11/15/2010
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Question 3: What will we do if the students do not learn it? How will we modify our current practices to increase the achievement of our current students? What strategies or interventions can we use? How are we differentiating our instruction? Where can we look for additional ideas? What are other PLC teams doing in our building? What structures can we change to provide students what they need? How can we be creative with scheduling and time? What further training might we need? Question 4: What will we do if the students already know it? What enrichment activities or extensions can we use? How are we differentiating our instruction? Where can we look for additional ideas? What are other PLC teams doing in our building? How can we be creative with scheduling and time? What further training might we need? ACTION PLAN (Our team TO DO LIST) Task Person Responsible Completion Date PLC Team Member Signature: Date: _________________________________ ______________ _________________________________ ______________ _________________________________ ______________ _________________________________ ______________ _________________________________ ______________ _________________________________ ______________ Lakeville Area Public Schools • PLC Handbook • Page 30 modified 11/15/2010
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Appendix B1: PLC Agenda Template PLC Team: Meeting Date PLC Agenda Meeting Time Meeting Location Members Present: Members Absent: Team Norms: School Goal: Team Goal: Focus questions: Discussion and Plans: Unanswered Questions: Next meeting: Agenda items: Lakeville Area Public Schools • PLC Handbook • Page 31 modified 11/15/2010
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Appendix B2: PLC Agenda - Example PLC Team: 8 th grade math PLC Meeting Date: Sept 1, 2010 PLC Agenda Meeting Time: Noon Meeting Location: Classroom 1 Members Present: John, Sally, Sam, Sue Members Absent: Team Norms: Everyone arrives on time so the meeting may start and end on time.
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