What is a PLC?





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Published on Mar 13, 2018

In District 205, PLCs play an important role in professional development and student growth. But what is a PLC and what is its function?

PLC stands for Professional Learning Community. A PLC gathers teachers of the same grade level or subject area, as well as instructional coaches and support staff, to allow time for collaboration, professional development and assessment. During PLC time, educators can share best practices for success, discuss student data and plan for future learning.

PLC groups meeting during student late arrival days, institute days and also during the school day at various times throughout the week.

Watch this video, and let our teachers show you how PLCs are utilized in D205 schools.

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