What’s Your Sentence?

PLC-F Draft Sentences (for PLC-F 1-13-2011)

“…they guided an entire school on the results-informed path to shifting focus, appropriately and collaboratively, from teaching to learning.” (BA) 

 “Together, we model a learning community to promote best practices for the sake of our students and the teaching profession.” (MI)

“The PLC-F provides support and resources for each other in order to serve our individual PLC’s and ultimately our students.” (JL)

“We are the change we want to see; together we prove it is possible to guarantee learning for all.” (JG)

“We developed the tools as facilitators to inspire confidence in our PLT members to try new things in the classroom and to learn from our collective mistakes.” (KO)

“Our PLC focuses on student learning and strives to ensure that each student receives a common learnings in their course and receive appropriate feedback regarding their progress.” (SG)

“[Bob Marzano’s Finding #1 in “Designing a Comprehensive Approach to Classroom Assessment” is Classroom Assessment Feedback Should Provide Students With a Clear Picture of Their Progress on Learning Goals and How They Might Improve. Focusing on the underlined portion of Marzano’s finding,] I would like for our Facilitator PLC to help us in coming up with the best way to accomplish that piece of our History PLC mosaic.” (FY)

“Our PLC (the PLC Facilitators) members will continue to learn about research-based “best teaching practices” in order to be better equipped to steer the 4th period PLC in a direction they will be excited about going in because, we will be able to better serve our students.” (DD)

“We served as a template and an incubator for those compelled to learn by doing.” (TS)

 


  

PLCs Draft Sentences (from PLC-F 1-6-2011)

HS Math:My PLC members are willing to take risks in their own learning in order to better serve their students.”

JH History
:It worked once we realized we are creating a mosaic rather than painting a portrait.” OR: “We now realize that we are creating a mosaic rather than painting a portrait.”

JH Math and Science
:
Together, we strive to become more active learners, inspiring each other and our students.”

JH Spanish: “Risk.” OR:

“We collaboratively stepped out of the comfort of traditional practice to seek new ways of teaching and learning, based on commonly held beliefs and students’ previous results.”

 

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17 Responses to What’s Your Sentence?

  1. Pingback: PLC-F Agenda: Jan. 20, 2011 | PLC-Facilitators: Learning is the Focus

  2. boadams1 says:

    Use the PLC-F draft sentences above to craft a common sentence for our facilitator team. Can we use the comment feature of this blog post to create a collaborative sentence…one that we can watch evolve as we revise together?

  3. Pingback: PLC-F Agenda: Jan. 27, 2011 | PLC-Facilitators: Learning is the Focus

  4. Kristen says:

    We guided a community of adult learners to optimize student learning by inspiring and supporting each other.

  5. jgough says:

    We guided our community of adult learners down the results-informed path shifting focus, appropriately and collaboratively, from teaching to learning by inspiring and supporting each other.”

  6. boadams1 says:

    Inspiring and supporting each other, we collaboratively guided our community of learners with a results-informed focus on learning.

  7. Mecia Israel says:

    Inspiring and supporting each other, we model risk-taking for the sake of learning how to collaboratively guide our community of learners with a results-informed focus on student learning.

  8. Pingback: PLC-F Agenda: Feb. 3, 2011 | PLC-Facilitators: Learning is the Focus

  9. JLalley says:

    Supporting each other, we model risk-taking for the sake of learning, and we guide our community of learners toward a results-informed focus on student learning.

  10. Fred Young says:

    Supporting each other, we take risks for the sake of learning how to collaboratively move our community of learners toward a results-informed focus on student learning.

  11. mrslaurendavis says:

    With the goal of learning how to best guide our respective learning communities down a results-informed path to student learning, we support each other as we take risks and model collaboration.

  12. Danelle Dietrich says:

    We are a collaborative community, supporting each other, while developing facilitator skills that help us to serve our PLC’s members, and in them inspire risk-taking and confidence. As we learn and strive to model “best teaching practices”, we are guided by the belief that allowing results to direct our efforts is the best way to ensure student learning for all.

  13. Pingback: PLC-F Agenda: Feb. 9, 2011 | PLC-Facilitators: Learning is the Focus

  14. Kristen Orsini says:

    Inspiring and supporting each other, we model risk-taking in order to collaboratively guide our community of learners on the path to a results-informed focus on student learning.

  15. Fred Young says:

    Motivating and supporting each other, we model risk-taking for the sake of learning how to collaboratively guide our community of learners with a results-informed focus on student learning.

  16. tsadtler says:

    We collaboratively stepped out of the comfort of traditional practice to seek new ways of teaching and learning, based on commonly held beliefs and students’ previous results.

  17. Pingback: PLC-F Agenda: Feb. 17, 2011 | PLC-Facilitators: Learning is the Focus

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