Does this PLC Cover Me?

The idea of a Professional Learning Community, a PLC, is awesome.

I want to sit with other professionals and participate in critical conversations around student work, achievement, and my personal practice.
But that doesn’t always happen.

Maybe people are particularly open about their use of educational technology in these groups, but I am hearing some unexpected things.

What are you supposed to do when a PLC becomes a place where you document the meeting more than you concentrate on teaching and learning? Are PLCs becoming a compliance piece for teachers in stead of a professional growth opportunity? How might that ultimately impact students Look around, these are the stakeholders to convince.

Read the full story by


Why faith-based education in the 21st century? 10 add-ons to Google Classroom you MUST try

From our Network

How To Build A Professional E-Learning Portfolio

4 Ways Predictive Learning Analytics Decreases Ineffective Learning

Useful Tips To Design Online Training For Various Learning Styles

4 Tips To Create Immersive Learning For Your Online Learners

The Neuroscience Of Storytelling Will Make You Rethink The Way You Create