For over a year, educators have used the #atplc Twitter tag to share resources and ideas about PLCs, connect with others around the world, and inspire each other to never stop learning. Now is your chance to join the conversation! All you need to participate is a Twitter account. You can follow along by visiting search.twitter.com and searching for #atplc, or just bookmark this!

When? Every Thursday from 9–10 p.m. Eastern

Where? On Twitter! Search for #atplc.

Why? Meet PLC educators, ask questions, and work together to find solutions!

Twitter Chat Archive

Chat #124 - September 11, 2014

Moderator: David Culberhouse (@dculberhouse), educator

Topic: Moving Forward

Chat #122 - August 28, 2014

Moderator: Steven Weber (@curriculumblog), executive director of curriculum and instruction

Moderator: Carlie Stigler (@cstigler28), elementary school teacher

Topic: How Great Schools Make Learning Personal

Chat #121 - August 21, 2014

Moderator: Christine Quisley (@cquisley), math specialist

Topic: Discussing Leadership

Chat #120 - August 14, 2014

Moderator: Pine View High (@pvpanther2), High School Asst. Principal

Topic: The Power of Relationships

Chat #119 - August 7, 2014

Moderator: Steven Weber (@curriculumblog), elementary school principal

Topic: Tools & Resources for PLCs

Chat #118 - July 31, 2014

Moderator: Will Remmert (@willremmert), elementary school principal

Topic: Reenergizing for the New School Year

Chat #117 - July 24, 2014

Moderator: Rosa Isiah (@RosaIsiah), Elementary School Principal

Topic: Learning for ALL Students

Chat #116 - July 10, 2014

Moderator: John Wink (@johnwink90), Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment

Topic: Spelling Out EXCELLENCE

Chat #115 - June 26, 2014

Moderator: Brandon Jones (@tex_b_jones), high school principal

Topic: Adjusting to Modern Times

Chat #114 - June 19, 2014

Moderator: Akram Osman (@akrammosman), ELL/ SPED Liaison

Topic: Partnering with Parents & Communities of Color

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