The Professional Learning Communities at Work® process is increasingly recognized as the most powerful strategy for sustained, substantive school improvement. This institute equips schools and school board leaders with the knowledge and tools to implement this powerful process.
For three days, you will have the opportunity to network with some of the most insightful minds in education. The presenters, all Canadian educators who have successfully led schools through the PLC process, are accessible to you throughout the event.
The program includes time for questions during the breakout sessions, a panel of experts to address questions from the audience, and time for teams to reflect and seek the advice of the presenters. At the end of team time, you will focus on next action steps, with presenters on hand to guide you.
For those just beginning to explore PLCs, this is an excellent way to build your knowledge base. For those who are already involved in deep implementation, this institute is the perfect opportunity to revisit your mission, introduce new team members to the process, and get answers to new questions.
As you delve deep into the three big ideas of a PLC—focus on learning, build a collaborative culture, and results orientation—you will gain specific, practical, and inspiring strategies for transforming your school or board into a place where all students learn at high levels.
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“I am grateful to have the opportunity and time to discuss and plan together as a team. All with one common goal ... assuring success for every student.”
Nicole LaCoste Chénier, orthopédagogue, École Noël-Ritchot, Manitoba
“This was the very best professional conference I have ever attended in my 20 years in education. Thank you!”
Nicole Kurtz, principal, École Ste-Marguerite Bourgeoys, Ontario
“I appreciated the honest conversations about real-life situations. The sessions were not just theory but practical and down to earth.”
Esther Zacharias, teacher/vice principal, Parkland Elementary School, Manitoba