Professional Learning Communities at Work™ in International Schools
Tailored specifically to international schools, this resource is packed with strategies and techniques for implementing the PLC process.
Transform your school into a high-performing, student-centered PLC. Tailored specifically to international schools, this resource will guide you through every aspect of PLC implementation. The books contributors are all international-school educators with firsthand experience successfully reculturing their schools into PLCs. They offer real-world examples, strategies, and techniques for taking your school from good to great.
- Define the professional learning community process and understand its benefit to international schools.
- Shift from a teacher-focused school to a learning-focused culture.
- Understand the strengths and challenges of implementing PLCs in already high-performing schools.
- Learn to work in collaborative teams across grade levels, departments, and courses.
- Create a guaranteed, viable curriculum.
Professional Learning Communities at Work®Professional Learning Communities
Product Code: BKF713
Published By: Solution Tree
“The educators featured in this book viewed obstacles as challenges to be overcome rather than reasons not to try. I hope every reader of this excellent book will engage fully in the PLC process.”
“With examples, resources, recommendations, and data, the contributors provide a road map for already high-performing schools that want to ensure that every student grows and achieves.”
“Timothy Stuart and the contributors are veteran international school educators who have been where you are. They work hard just like you do, and they speak your language. Together they humbly share their successes, lessons learned along the way, and even a few honest missteps. Ultimately, they share their total commitment to culture-shifting school improvement because they have seen the difference it can make, and they think it can work for you too.
“This book reads like a conversation, a conversation with friends and colleagues, who are saying, ‘Join us in the tough yet so worthwhile journey toward a learning-focused culture where all students learn at a high level.’ Get this book, settle in for a good read, and then join in the conversation that is happening around the world. If you’re serious about student learning, about improving your own teaching, about stabilizing your International school’s promise and outcomes, then this book is for you.”