How to Build Your Own Professional Learning Community (PLC)
Looking for a math community to call home? (Don't worry - we'll have some exciting news for you in the coming weeks!)
Until then, there are a number of ways to start building your own Professional Learning Community (PLC) with resources available right at your fingertips.
Hopefully you're getting quality ongoing professional learning throughout the year to support you and help grow your practice. Even if you are, building a PLC can still be extremely valuable. A PLC connects you with other teachers like you, and allows you flexibility and control over your own experience. You can use it any time throughout the year as you see fit. You're in the driver's seat!
You can begin building your professional learning community by taking these three steps below:
Any other ideas for building a PLC? What's worked best for you in your own professional development? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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