I recommend this book everywhere I work! https://t.co/FXiJNq7NZQ— Chris Jakicic (@cjakicic) September 24, 2017
Distributed decision making does not mean a blank check, and it does not mean school leaders have to agree with every decision teams make (p 55). I love this book! Fired up! Great work @plugusin #atplc pic.twitter.com/v5K6l7I5nN— Bo Ryan (@bo_PLC) December 7, 2019
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Building a PLC at work
Great book for schools headed into the priority school status. It explains the frustrations and stages that teams will go through to achieve their goals. Motivating and realistic as well as a quick read! Useful tools as well.
Very accessible step-by-step guide
Bill Ferriter and Parry Graham have put together a very accessible step-by-step guide on how to go about creating this kind of culture [professional learning communities], including ways to trouble-shoot potential challenges. The questions that it encourages readers to ask themselves and their colleagues might be the most important parts of Building a Professional Learning Community at Work™.
What an absolutely terrific resource! You’ve done a great job of organizing the book—starting each chapter with a real-life story and ending with a set of practical tools that are well thought out and tailored for the initiative. I guess my main question would be, what don’t I like about your book? It’s well designed, well written, and packed with useful stuff. Well done! I foresee a really bright future for you as an author. Most of all, I foresee bright futures for a lot of people because of you.