Rely on 43 expert-led professional learning communities training videos and quizzes to understand how PLCs work and bring the PLC at Work® process to life in your school. This short online PLC education training covers topics from beginning the journey to dealing with conflict and resistance.
A companion to Collaborative Common Assessments, this practical handbook presents measures for improving your collaborative common assessment process. Evaluate your common assessments’ ability to provide actionable insights into student learning and success.
Design and implement collaborative common assessments that strengthen teamwork, improve collaborative instruction, and increase student success. These two assessment books will show you how your school can best use the common assessment process and provide practical tools and protocols to make it a reality.
Based on the best-selling Taking Action, this professional development playlist features 32 short response to intervention videos, aligned to the book’s chapters and accessible online. Mike Mattos, Austin Buffum, Sarah Schuhl, and other experts demonstrate how you can implement the RTI process (or MTSS) inside your professional learning community to drive continuous improvement and student success.
Promote student mastery of essential 21st century skills, including collaboration, critical and creative thinking, digital citizenship, and more. Learn the qualities of the most important soft skills and how we can assess and measure them.
The Learning by Doing PD Playlist offers 43 PLC videos for professional development on the PLC process. Aligned to the chapters of Learning by Doing, these videos address critical PLC topics, helping educators develop an action plan for school improvement to create a high-performing professional learning community.
Explore six essential tenets of assessment that will help deepen your understanding of assessment to meet standards and enhance your students’ academic success.
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