Professional learning community

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  • Professional Learning Community Model

    According to Dufour (2004) the professional learning community model requires educators to focus on learning, working together and holding themselves accountable for their own improvements (Dufour, 2004, p. 11). I recognize that in order for students to progress, educators must become lifelong learners by making sure students learn, collaborate with other educators and revise their teaching practices. Presently I facilitate professional learning communities that allow teachers to view and discuss data about their students. Teachers are prompted to share teaching practices that give ideas to other teachers on how to improve instruction. Then they create plans to ensure that students understand the skill or concept that’s being taught…

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  • Professional Learning Community Observation Report

    A celebration is designed to do something special or enjoyable for an important event, occasion, and holiday. My goal when I started my internship at West Millbrook it was my task to design the 1st annual Professional Learning Communities (PLC) celebration. The principal wanted me to do something special or enjoyable for the staff. She indicated that the school did not celebrate the accomplishment of each other. As I began to investigate how to develop a PLC celebration I found out a good deal…

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  • Developing A Learning Community Essay

    Children learn and develop best when they are part of a community of learners this means a community in which all participants care about each other and learning is constructed in a collaborative process. Learning communities allow children to learn not just academically, but to learn about culture, diversity, inclusion, language, resolution to conflict, self-regulation and help foster their own identity in relation to the community. To develop a learning community the teacher should create an…

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  • High School Administration Case Study

    The Med program, a great deal of time has been spent presenting how to be a leader in a professional learning community, where each classroom is an open door for adults and students alike to learn from each other. In order for this atmosphere to exist, the administrator must build a culture of trust where all stakeholders are aware that observations, evaluations, discussions, and collaborations exist to build student success in learning. “The issue of being both an evaluator and a supervisor…

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  • Personal Learning Network Analysis

    When reflecting on my own Personal Learning Network I realized that I rely on a hodge-podge of both people and online resources to aid in my teaching and instruction. First and foremost, I rely heavily on people to enhance my teaching and to aid in lesson planning. I collaborate weekly with the other sixth grade teachers across the district after school one day a week to plan both day to day lessons and to plan big picture outlines for each quarter. Furthermore, I am the representative for my…

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  • Essay On Philosophy Of Physical Education

    My educational philosophy is rooted in the idea that students learn from doing while using tangible, real-life materials and experiences, and should be engaged in opportunities to experiment and question the world around them. Classroom learnings are complimented with thought out educational field trips to deepen the students’ connections. Additionally, we recognize the importance of family time, thus at home activities replaced the traditional homework ditto sheets and are simply an extension…

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  • Maker Education Research Paper

    educators and communities, particularly, those in underserved areas, to facilitate meaningful making and learning experiences with youth. Our Vision, every child is a “Maker”. Our Mission, to create more opportunities for all young people to develop confidence, creativity, and interest in science, technology, engineering, math, art, and learning as a whole through making (, 2016). Values. We currently focus on five key values that support our mission and vision. They are as…

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  • Community Service Importance

    The importance of community service has been interlaced into the majority of the nursing classes I have had at the bachelor’s level and the master’s level of education. Being active in community service has been presented as a cornerstone of my nursing career in the work place as a leader within my organization. I am learning now that being involved in community service holds true for the nurse educator as well. Dawson & Freed (2008), state that “professional nurses have a commitment to…

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  • Disability Support Worker: A Case Study

    Introduction We can define professional as someone who “exhibits a courteous, conscientious and generally businesslike manner in the workplace” (Saskatchewan Polytechnic, 2015, p. 1). We as Disability Support Workers are known as professionals in our field. (Saskatchewan Polytechnic, 2015, p.1). In class, Darrell describes that a piece of paper or certificate is not enough to describe us as professionals, it is a shopping bag of resources and research that will help us to become…

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  • Reflective Essay: Community And Community Connections

    The theme that stood out to me this week was that of community and community connections. In this commentary I will first I will talk about the hindrances that face teachers that are not native to small town communities. I will also address the problems of partnering with colleges and universities while being in a rural setting. Last I will address the idea of sharing personal histories helping student connect to each other through their similarities and differences. This week’s topic of…

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