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The Best of the Online PLC: Part Two

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Thank you for sharing in this year of professional learning and conversation! Enjoy this list of popular posts with shared content from the Heinemann Digital Library. Take some time to reflect on past pieces, revisit your favorites, or discover one you many have missed before we gear up for our summer book study!

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Online PLC: Making Reflection A Habit

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During the month of May, we enter a phase of reflection. The end of the year brings challenges of antsy students but also the anticipation of both celebrating learning and envisioning a classroom of new ideas for next year.

Hold this question in your thinking as we share and converse around content this month: How can we use reflection to maintain momentum, positivity and progress in our learning communities?

As teachers we need to ask, “What are we doing to create space for students’ thinking?”

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Online PLC: Out From Under The Table

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During the month of May, we enter a phase of reflection. The end of the year brings challenges of antsy students but also the anticipation of both celebrating learning and envisioning a classroom of new ideas for next year.

Hold this question in your thinking as we share and converse around content this month: How can we use reflection to maintain momentum, positivity and progress in our learning communities?

“There are often issues that get in the way of establishing enough trust to talk with a child about her learning, but overcoming those obstacles is the essence of our work.”

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Online PLC: Won’t Read Much if I Don’t Have Any Books

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During the month of May, we enter a phase of reflection. The end of the year brings challenges of antsy students but also the anticipation of both celebrating learning and envisioning a classroom of new ideas for next year.

Hold this question in your thinking as we share and converse around content this month: How can we use reflection to maintain momentum, positivity and progress in our learning communities?

“The main research evidence that critics of our schools, especially those schools serving many students from low-income families, ignore is the evidence that poor children learn as much during the school year as middle class students.”

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Online PLC: Imagine Educating A Generation of Solutionaries

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During the month of May, we enter a phase of reflection. The end of the year brings challenges of antsy students but also the anticipation of both celebrating learning and envisioning a classroom of new ideas for next year.

Hold this question in your thinking as we share and converse around content this month: How can we use reflection to maintain momentum, positivity and progress in our learning communities?

“The question, “What is the purpose of schooling?” may be the most important one we can ask at this point in history. The answer will determine whether our graduates will perpetuate (and perhaps escalate) the problems we face, or whether they will have the knowledge, motivation, and tools to solve them.” – Zoe Weil

What is the mission in your school or classroom?

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