PLC Information and Application
A Professional Learning Community (PLC) is a group of educators working collaboratively using processes of inquiry, problem-solving, and reflection to address an identified area of concern, with the ultimate goal of positively impacting student learning. In detail, kindly complete the PLC Application Form by October 5, 2018.
Who will serve as your PLC Coordinator? *
The PLC Coordinator must posses strong organizational skills and the ability to work well with others, model a desire and willingness to continually learn, and constantly seek new ways to improve .
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NOTE about Coordinator Training:
Based on each coordinator’s schedule, the mandatory coordinator training will be scheduled with the coordinators. The coordinator training will focus on creating professional team norms and crafting SMART goals, as well as introducing you to available resources to assist you in meeting your team goals and improving student learning. Coverage will be arranged and provided for you.
PLC Time and Compensation
- Each PLC will be led by a coordinator who will receive a stipend.
- The team members of the PLC will receive compensation for after-school work. Meeting times are flexible and the team schedule should be designed to meet the needs of all participants.
- Participants will be compensated for a maximum of twenty (20) hours.
- In order to receive compensation, all PLC members, including the Coordinator, must enter his/her time in ALIO Employee Portal after each meeting; otherwise, participants will not receive payment.
- For more information on how to input your time please see ALIO Time Entry Guide