PLC at Work® and Your Small School
Building, Deepening, and Sustaining a Culture of Collaboration for Singletons
Learn how your small school can build a successful and effective professional learning community (PLC) while staying true to its rural, small-town roots. Help your rural area students achieve their academic goals.
An action guide for building an effective PLC system in a small school
Small schools can have a big impact. With the guidance of author Breez Longwell Daniels, an award-winning principal in Wyoming, you will learn how to build a successful professional learning community (PLC) in your small school. The resource addresses every key aspect of a PLC at Work® system and outlines how to drive immense academic success while staying true to your school’s small-town roots.
- Learn how to define your school’s mission and vision in a way that both centers the school’s role within the community and builds a foundation for a strong PLC.
- Become familiar with how to develop a strong PLC school system in a small school or rural area that contains many singleton and shared teachers.
- Learn how to effectively collect and use data to increase the effectiveness of your PLC system.
- Study the research and real-world examples that support the strategies and concepts introduced in the book to help students meet their academic goals.
Product Code: BKF937
Published By: Solution Tree
Page Count: 200
“Small-school leaders often feel like PLC is for bigger districts and schools. Daniels shows small-school leaders that they too can see success from developing and sustaining a PLC. This book will be tremendously helpful to small schools that may struggle with how to implement PLC tenets.”
“Daniels recognizes the uniqueness and challenges that come with leading a small school and outlines a path to success using the PLC process. This is a go-to book for leaders of small schools who want to build their collaborative culture and bring their staff members together.”