Entries by Scott A. Cunningham

The Beauty of the PLC Process


The beauty of the PLC process is that the more our educators learn about best practices and implement those practices, the more our students will learn and grow. Over the past couple of years, we started to see an uptick in unwanted behaviors in our school. The great thing about reaching out to my entire staff was that I had several people who had previous experience implementing the PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) process. Read more

Learning in a PLC: Student by Student, Target by Target


Collaborative teams in PLC schools use the four critical questions of learning to drive their collective inquiry and action research: What do we want students to learn? (essential . . . Read more