Transformative Collaboration Professional Learning Services

Take the next step in PLCs

Transformative Collaboration Professional Learning Services

Rely on our trusted team of certified experts and authors to help you deepen your Transformative Collaboration and PLC knowledge, increase team effectiveness and transform your school. We offer a range of tailored support services for schools, no matter where you are on your Transformative Collaboration or PLC journey.

Where are you on your professional learning journey?

Our tailored professional learning services are suitable for all schools, no matter whether you're just starting out on your exploration of topics, or looking to refine and expand your knowledge and skills. Take a look at our various levels below to choose the one best suited to your school's current position.

Your team is ready to focus on Transformative Collaboration and start building your expertise.

You have started Transformative Collaboration, but would like to refine processes or are encountering challenges.

Level 1: Foundations (1-day workshops and events)

Workshops (1 day)

Become part of a growing network of schools that are using the key ideas and strategies from Collaborative Teams That Transform Schools to transform student learning. This workshop is aimed at educators and leaders at all levels of schools and systems. During this professional learning opportunity, participants will:

  • Learn how the work of Collaborative Teams sits at the heart of a strong professional learning community
  • Discover six key questions that underpin every school improvement measure
  • Explore the work of Collaborative Teams in regard to curriculum, assessment, instruction and teacher development
  • Understand how true collaboration moves schools closer towards achieving high levels of learning for all students
  • Learn how collaborative teams engage in job-embedded professional learning to strengthen their teaching practices

In-School Support

Our authors and in-school specialists will show you how to increase team effectiveness and transform your school into a highly effective PLC by addressing the following six questions:

  1. What is it we want our students to know?
  2. How will we know if our students are learning?
  3. How will we respond when students do not learn?
  4. How will we enrich and extend the learning for students who are proficient?
  5. How will we increase our instructional competence?
  6. How will we coordinate our efforts as a school?

Webinars

Engage in a 60-90-minute online webinar presented by a Collaborative Teams expert or author. Webinars can be tailored to your school or system's needs with specific questions and content as required.

Keynote

Engage and inspire educational leaders by utilising the expertise of our authors. Keynotes can focus on one or more themes from the work of Collaborative Teams That Transform Schools as a springboard to further learning.

Level 2: Building (2–4 day events and in-school activities)

Workshops (2 days)

Become part of a growing network of schools that are using the key ideas and strategies from Collaborative Teams That Transform Schools to transform student learning. This workshop is aimed at educators and leaders at all levels of schools and systems. During this professional learning opportunity, participants will:

  • Learn how the work of Collaborative Teams sits at the heart of a strong professional learning community
  • Discover six key questions that underpin every school improvement measure
  • Explore the work of Collaborative Teams in regard to curriculum, assessment, instruction and teacher development
  • Understand how true collaboration moves schools closer towards achieving high levels of learning for all students
  • Learn how collaborative teams engage in job-embedded professional learning to strengthen their teaching practices

PLC at Work® Progress Reports

A PLC Progress Report is the culmination of a thorough analysis undertaken by one of our trained PLC associates to assist you in evaluating current practices and identifying improvement strategies.

Our PLC associates have been carefully selected based on their expertise in the practices of PLCs and their success in implementing those practices in the real world of schools.

During this process, the PLC associate will:

  1. Contact your school to gain a deeper understanding of your context and PLC-related initiatives
  2. Gather and examine artefacts and products created by educators in your school
  3. Review school data on student achievement, engagement, attendance, discipline and demographics
  4. Produce a report that includes an introduction, commendations, recommendations, observations and a conclusion that promotes a plan for action

Contact us today to discuss how our professional learning solutions can transform your school.