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What’s Next?

Monthly Extensions to Challenge Proficient Students in a PLC at Work®

By: Mark Weichel, Steve Pearce

Take the guesswork out of question four within the PLC at Work® process. Enhance your students’ learning experiences with in-depth strategies for a more personalized learning approach. Gain the tools you need to preassess your students and deliver instructional strategies to further their learning.

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A complete guide to implement PLC question four with ease

Be prepared to enrich students who already know your planned curriculum. What’s Next? provides the tools you need to preassess students and practical strategies to further their learning. Concrete examples from different content areas and grade levels illustrate the ideas in action. Written for singletons and teacher teams alike, this comprehensive resource allows you to test and choose the strategies that work best for your classroom.

This book will show you how to:

  • Recognize the purpose of question four within the PLC at Work process: What do I do when they already know it?
  • Rethink instruction to empower students to further their learning.
  • Implement a variety of strategies for students to show what they know.
  • Use a different strategy each month and choose what works best.
  • Fully implement question four by combining the strategies that best suit your classroom.

Related Topics

InstructionProfessional Learning Communities

Additional Information

Product Code: BKF992

ISBN: 9781951075835

Published By: Solution Tree

“This book provides specific tools and step-by-step resources for teachers and teacher teams to know who already knows the material and then how to challenge these students with strategies often reserved only for students identified for gifted education.”

Joseph S. Renzulli, Distinguished Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut

“The fundamental goal of the Professional Learning Communities at Work process isn’t to ensure that all students meet grade-level standards. It is to ensure that all students—including those working beyond grade-level standards—learn at the highest levels. That’s what makes What’s Next? required reading for anyone working in a PLC. By detailing a set of practical instructional strategies and suggestions, the authors give readers approachable starting points that they can begin using immediately to extend learning for question-four students.”

William M. Ferriter, eighth-grade science teacher and PLC expert, Raleigh, North Carolina