Achieve high levels of learning for all
Building a PLC at Work® is increasingly recognised as the most powerful strategy for sustained, substantive school improvement
Work with us to create and sustain a professional learning community where key practices and strategies to improve learning are embedded in the culture of your school. With help from our experts, you will create the collaborative culture and build structures to strengthen collective capacity for continuous improvement. Create clarity of purpose, a common vision, collective commitments and agreed-upon goals to close the achievement gap.
Why PLC at Work?
Developing a collaborative PLC culture is the foundation for ensuring your system or school succeeds.
- A Focus on Learning
The fundamental purpose of the school is to ensure that all students learn at high levels.
- A Collaborative Culture and Collective Responsibility
In order to ensure all students learn at high levels, educators must work collaboratively and take collective responsibility for the success of each student.
- A Results Orientation
Educators in a PLC focus on results – evidence of student learning.
To make progress on your PLC journey, it is critical that teachers and leaders at all levels fully embrace each of these key ideas. Our experts and authors can help you build staff commitment and develop your school’s capacity to create a PLC that provides the best education possible for your students.
Ready to begin driving significant improvement in student achievement? Take the first step by reading the introduction from Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work.
Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work
New Insights for Improving Schools
This tenth anniversary sequel to the authors’ best-selling book Professional Learning Communities at Work merges research and practice to offer the most extensive, practical and authoritative examination of how schools at all levels can use the Professional Learning Communities concept to improve learning, both for students and the adults who serve them.