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The PLC Continuum - BCS Model

For those who have no completed artifacts.

For those who have norms.

For those who have agreed upon standards.

For those who have pacing guides.

For those who have established learning targets for a unit of instruction.

For those who have determined learning targets and criteria for success for a unit of instruction.

These are recursive steps. A PLC can collaborate on learning targets, criteria for success, and common formative assessments as they develop a unit.

For those who have common assessments that students have completed.

For those who need to better understand what they discovered about their students' learning from a common asssessment analysis.

Differentiation and Intervention

For those who have analyzed a common assessment and understand what their students' performance tells them about their learning.

These steps are designed for PLCs that have administered common assessments.