Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)
Professional Learning Communities are based on three big ideas: A Focus on Learning, A Collaborative Culture and Collective Responsibility, and A Results Orientation. PLCs are devoted to increasing student learning by addressing potential barriers and refining instructional practice. Click the headers below to access the PLC pages. A PLC is not just a meeting or a team but is the way an organization operates.
Content-area teachers meet in teams to design common curriculum and assessments and discuss and refine effective instructional practices to increase student learning.