Turning Your PLC Goals Into Action!
Author: Timothy Kanold
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Publish Date: 01 January 1970
Timothy D. Kanold reveals the purpose of goals as a critical (and often missing) part the PLC process, for the creation of a data driven school culture. He highlights five types of data to collect in your school, and how to use that data to set PLC SMART Goals for improvement. He illustrates how assessing student work should serve as an essential component of the formative feedback and learning process in your school. In this interactive breakout, he also examines four high quality assessment routine components and practices that inspire students and adults to push their learning forward.
Participants can expect to:
- Examine current routines regarding five types of school data used to set PLC process Goals
- Consider how to use data to inform learning and create student and professional self-efficacy
- Examine four formative assessment routines designed to inspire student learning
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