Posted on May 17, 2011, by All Things PLC Team
This weekâ€™s resource roundup focuses on creating a master schedule. For more resources related to your PLC journey, visit our category archive page.
1.Â Making Time for Collaboration (PDF)Â - This reproducible handout shows 7 ways to give teams time for collaboration that doÂ not cost money, do not require a change in bus schedules, and do not significantly impact instructional minutes.
2.Â Intervention Schedules (PDF)Â - 8 schools with sample schedules showing how they have created time for intervention.
3. Sample Middle/High Schools:
4.Â Highland Elementary, a model PLC school from Maryland, has shared their master schedule on AllThingsPLC, as well as the daily schedule for their intervention team. The implementation of Professional Learning Communities led to great success for Highland, and the school was presented with the US Department of Education Blue Ribbon Award in its fourth year as a PLC.
5. Sample Elementary Schools:
The PLC evidence of effectiveness page is a great way to find schools (and districts) similar to your own that have successfully become PLCs. You can search by school level, enrollment, and free/reduced lunch rate, and each page has contact information so you can get in touch with those schools directly to get advice or ask questions.
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