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Personalized Learning in a PLC at Work™: Student Agency Through the Four Critical Questions

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part 1: Making the Case for Change

  • Chapter 1: A Changing Educational Paradigm
  • Chapter 2: Student Agency for Personalized Learning
  • Chapter 3: Systems of Collaboration and Support for Personalized Learning

Part 2: Adapting the Four Critical Questions

  • Chapter 4: Teacher-Led Instruction and Release of Responsibility for Essential Disciplinary Learning Outcomes
  • Chapter 5: Co-Constructed Learning for Transdisciplinary Learning Outcomes
  • Chapter 6: Personalized Learning

Part 3: Putting Theory Into Practice

  • Chapter 7: From Theory to Practice in Elementary Schools
  • Chapter 8: From Theory to Practice in Middle Schools
  • Chapter 9: From Theory to Practice in High Schools

Part 4: Committing to Change

  • Chapter 10: The Change Process and Strategic Planning

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