Professional Learning Communities—PLCs—can improve staff members' practice by engaging adults in meaningful conversations about their work and encouraging them to practice new skills. Too often, however, organizations rely on short-term fixes, like brief workshops, to help professionals hone their craft.
This white paper offers an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of what characteristics make PLCs effective and lead to quality programming.
The paper has sparked a conversation about how to enhance supports for expanded learning professionals. Keep the conversation going by examining what research shows characterizes a successful Professional Learning Community in expanded learning.
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