Professional Learning Communities



A learning community is a group of people what take an active, reflective, collaborative, learning-orientated, and growth-promoting approach

toward the mysteries, problems, and perplexities of teaching and learning.

Coral Mitchell and Larry Sackney


Professional Learning Communities: what are they and why are they important?  Professional Learning Communities.docx



Notes from Professional Learning Communities 68:  A conversation

View our Google Document and add your own ideas.  Read further about some of our PLCs at the Working Together 68 blog.  Hear some of our conversation below.


PLC68 from Shelley Beleznay on Vimeo.


Conversation Starters 


Assessment Conversation Starters.docx


Alma Harris:  Creating Stronger Communities


Part one:

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