For over a year, educators have used the #atplc Twitter tag to share resources and ideas about PLCs, connect with others around the world, and inspire each other to never stop learning. Now is your chance to join the conversation! Visit http://www.allthingsplc.info/tools-resources/twitter-chat for more info.
My first PLC had vague focus. We proceeded with our own understanding, only to be scolded by administration during their "check in." Since then, clearer expectations have been communicated and more "productive" discussions ensued. Students need same. #atplc
Regular collaboration helps prevent teachers' practice from going stale. It's a way to hold each other accountable and to create a community. Collaborating helps keep me fresh and feeling validated. Teachers need each other. Solo teachers don't grow #atplc
We have been trying to gain approval for peer observations for #atplc purposes. I'm SpEd and collab with GenEd preK and watching them practice to provide strategies in real time would be more beneficial than after the fact. Any tips on gaining approval?
This would be a handy tool for peer observations and #atplc I wish there were enough sub coverage for us to apply this in my setting. This is my third year and I could learn a great deal from my colleagues as I hope they could from me!