How to Create a Professional Learning Community

The purpose of this article is to assist teachers and school leaders in the development of professional learning communities (PLCs) in their schools. The authors suggest six areas consider when facilitating a PLC. These include: 1) teaching participants how to collaborate, 2) creating an atmosphere of trust, 3) allowing enough time, 4) being broad and inclusive, 5) getting outside help, and 6) remembering the L in PLC.
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