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Steven Weber
Associate Superintendent, BAMMY Award nominee, Edu Blogger, and PDK Emerging Leader
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Allison Zmuda 6h
Creating an inviting circle time that engenders thinking interdependently:
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Dr. Todd Schmidt 7h
Get ready for a special tomorrow...coming at you live from ! Come join and me online or in person!
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YOU DID IT!!!
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Jeff Dierlam 17h
Solving the Problem of "Teaching to the Middle"
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End of The School Year | Don’t Get Caught Watching The Paint Dry
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Barometer - Taking a Stand on Controversial Issues via
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A6: Questions That Drive The Work of A Professional Learning Team
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A5: Some people resist when their voice is not heard. Teacher leaders need to allow everyone to participate and engage in process.
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Steven Weber 18h
A5: Seek first to understand. The resister may be right.
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Steven Weber 18h
Well said. CFAs are not for compliance. They are the cornerstone of a PLC.
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Bethany Hill 18h
A4: CFAs help keep the convo focused. When teachers create assessments together, they have common thread to talk about kids.
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Steven Weber 18h
A4: provides free reproducibles that support the ongoing work of teacher teams.
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A4: A PLC cannot ensure change. The members of the collaborative team are either committed or uncommitted.
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Steven Weber 18h
Knowing the WHY is popular and powerful. When I was a teacher the WHY was "because we told you to..."
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Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah 18h
A3 requires an understanding of the purpose for change, the why. PLCs consistently analyze learning data. Stu learning drives change
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Steven Weber 18h
Associate of what?
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Steven Weber 18h
A3: I welcome resistance in a PLC. Bobblehead PLCs are not good for continuous improvement or students.
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A3: Norms, SMART Goals, Data-Based Decisions, Learning Targets, & Committment by all members
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Steven Weber 18h
A2: Leading Change in a PLC
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