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Engaging In Communities Of Practice

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Learning communities are a method for the organization and operation of schools that will best meet the academic needs of students. In this course, learners examine the components of developing and maintaining school-based communities of practice to improve student achievement and assist with school improvement planning. Learners will identify resources to help them initiate, plan, and maintain communities of practice.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Understanding Professional Learning Communities

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Advocating for Learning, Collaborating with Educational Communities, Leading through Innovative Practices

    Building Professional Learning Communities

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Collaborating with Educational Communities, Engaging in Reflective Practice

    Collaborating in Professional Learning Communities

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Advocating for Learning, Collaborating with Educational Communities, Engaging in Reflective Practice, Leading through Innovative Practices

    Sustaining Professional Learning Communities

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Collaborating with Educational Communities, Engaging in Reflective Practice, Leading through Innovative Practices

    Assessing Effectiveness of Professional Learning Communities

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Collaborating with Educational Communities, Engaging in Reflective Practice, Leading through Innovative Practices

    Response to Intervention in PLCs

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Collaborating with Educational Communities, Engaging in Reflective Practice, Leading through Innovative Practices
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