Date: August 29 and 30, 2019
Time: 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Location: Resource Training and Resources, 137 – 23rd Street South, Sartell, MN 56377
Description: Are your professional learning communities (PLCs) feeling a little flat? Do your meetings lean heavy on the professional and light on the community? Do you want to review or catch-up on the PLC series on building and sustaining a collaborative culture that was presented last year? This workshop is for PLC facilitator teams who want to add meaning and purpose to their current PLCs to help move teaching and learning further.
Teams will be enabled to identify and describe the critical features of high-functioning PLCs that establish a results-centered focus to improve instruction and student learning. Through practice, creation, and discussion, teams will examine changes in PLC practices that lead to increased student achievement. Participants will also identify critical learning team features, apply and discuss protocols for adult work, and apply and analyze protocols for examining student work.
Presenter: Kristie Anderson, School Support Division
Event Type: Workshop
Audience: PLC facilitators, Q Comp coordinators and administrators (We highly recommend the full team of PLC facilitators attend).
Sponsor: School Support Division.
Fee: None, lunch and refreshments are on your own.
If you need assistance with registering or prefer to register by phone, please contact us by using the phone number(s) listed below.
Registration deadline: August 21, 2019.
Contact Information: Anne Danielson, 651-582-8484
Please contact Anne Danielson, 651-582-8484 two weeks before the event to request a reasonable accommodation or the use of our nursing or prayer rooms. The MDE campus in Roseville, Minnesota, is tobacco free. This policy includes the building, parking lots and grounds.