Personalised Learning in a PLC at Work
Student Agency Through the Four Critical Questions
Personalised Learning in a PLC at Work: Student Agency Through the Four Critical Questions is a guide for all schools aspiring to be innovative and transformational. Authors Timothy S. Stuart, Sascha Heckmann, Mike Mattos and Austin Buffum explore what it means to be a learning-progressive school and what schools have in common: they are high-functioning professional learning communities (PLCs) with well-implemented response to intervention (RTI) structures, and they have developed mutual partnerships with students in the learning process. Making the PLC process student centred – encouraging students to make sense of the four critical questions that are the foundation of PLCs – helps them engage with the content and meet curriculum requirements with an understanding of why they must meet them.
F–12 teachers and leaders will:
- examine the need for students to develop future-ready, transdisciplinary skills
- discover a co-constructed learning approach in which teachers function as coaches and students own their learning
- deliver instruction that focuses on students’ personal strengths and weaknesses
- learn how to create personalised learning pathways and learning progressions that include real-world learning
- discover how schools across the globe have implemented successful personalised learning programs.
|Publish date||2018-06-07 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Solution Tree Inc|
|Key Learning Area||Cross-Curricular|