Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work

This 10th Anniversary Sequel To The Author S Best Selling Book, Professional Learning Communities At WorkTM Best Practices For Enhancing Student Achievement DuFour Eaker, 1998 , Is A Merger Of Research And Practice It Offers Educators Specific, Practical Recommendations For Transforming Their Schools Into PLCs So Their Students Learn At Higher Levels And Their Profession Becomes Rewarding, Satisfying, And Fulfilling The Authors Examine Research, Practices, And Standards In Education, As Well As Organizational Development, Change Processes, Leadership, And Successful Practices Outside Of Education They Provide Core Information On The PLC Concept, Along With New Insights Gleaned From Their Work With Leaders In Education And In Real Schools And Districts Across North America They Encourage Educators To Undertake The Challenging But Rewarding Process Of Building Their Collective Capacity To Create Schools And Districts That Operate As High Performing PLCs.This Volume Features A Detailed Chapter On The Rise And Fall Of School Reform, Information On Assessment, Strategies For Intervention And Enrichment, And Chapters On The Roles Of Classroom Teachers, The Principal, The Central Office, And Parents And The Community In A PLC.Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work

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  • Perfect Paperback
  • 544 pages
  • Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work
  • Richard DuFour
  • English
  • 14 June 2018
  • 1934009326

10 thoughts on “Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work

  1. says:

    Cultural changes are less visible,amorphous, and muchdifficult to make yet unless efforts to improve schools ultimately impact the culture, there is no reason to believe schools will produce better results

  2. says:

    Books like this are my life now PLCs4ever

  3. says:

    The authors vision of PLCs is certainly brilliant and could exist, theoretically, in every school Unfortunately, true PLCs are something of a bird never seen in the wild, so to speak It is nothing short of a tragedy that schools have failed, by and large, to enact the PLC structure that these authors articulate.Every educator in the US should read Chapter 9 it convinced me that com...

  4. says:

    This book is represents ten years worth of the Rick and Becky DuFour and Robert Eaker s thinking and sharing the concepts related to professional learning communities It is not simply a consolidation of the former books, but rather a ...

  5. says:

    If you have ever wondered why your principal is making you change what you are doing and have done for years, there are many answers in here Great stories that help teachers and administrators understand the need for change in our schools Worth the time.

  6. says:

    Give me lots to think about I believe it is a book for all educators You don t have to agree with what is said, just read it and think about what it is telling you.

  7. says:

    The go to book for school reform.

  8. says:

    Great read for anyone in education.

  9. says:

    A great resource with solid examples revisit frequently.

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