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Leading a Making Sense of Student Work PLC

Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) can be a powerful tool in supporting ongoing learning and collaboration among teachers, especially when they are well supported.

Analyzing student work is a critical practice for teachers to master. In this course, teacher leaders get the inside scoop on everything they need to know about how to effectively use the Making Sense of Student Work PLC protocol in-person or remotely with their school teams.

Great teachers decide how and what to teach based on what their students already know and think…

Linda Darling-Hammond
Stanford University Professor of Education Emeritus and founding president of the Learning Policy Institute
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  • Audience: For teacher leaders, coaches, administrators, and professional learning providers
  • Time: Remote | ~90 min

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