PLC-F Agenda: May 10, 2012

PLC facilitators will analyze the 2011-12 Westminster PLC-F Assessment results.

  • Working in pairs, the facilitators will review and analyze the PLC-F results from 2 of the 14 survey questions.
  • During the data-mining process, facilitators will look for bright spots from our 2011-12 work and action steps to guide the team starting in the fall of 2012.
  • Each pair of facilitators will design a visual to report bright spots and action steps to the PLC-F team on May 17. work on the analysis of the PLC-F feedback and design a visual to report bright spots and action steps to be presented to the PLC-F team on May 24.

(updated: May 10, 2012 – time is the variable.)

Bo and Jill have created a prototype example for prompt 6 from the PLC-F results.

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About Jill Gough

Learner, Love Questions, Problem-finding, Math w/technology. Interests: Collaborating, PLC, Formative assmt
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3 Responses to PLC-F Agenda: May 10, 2012

  1. professeurb2 says:

    I just wanted to double check that we will have time to work on our visual during the May 17 meeting. That’s what I understood this morning, but the 3rd bullet point above sounds like we need to have our visuals ready before the meeting.

    • jplgough says:

      Thanks! You are correct in thinking that our May 17 meeting will be to continue analyzing the data and building visuals.

      I have updated our agenda to reflect the adjustment that we made during the meeting. I appreciate that you took the time to check.

  2. jplgough says:

    A quick record of prompts each team is analyzing:

    #4 & #9 English PLC
    #5 & #10 Math/Science PLC
    #7 & #11 History PLC
    #8 & #12 Language PLC
    #6, #13, #14 PLC-F

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