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Professional Learning Communities: Forging Teacher Bonds



CAD 169.00

Course Code5283VVB15
Duration30 day(s)

Program Manager

Mr Carlos Jabbour

carlosjabbour@radiantlearning.ca

15062601483


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This course is offered By Radiant Learning International Inc.

Course Objective

Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) are composed of teams of teachers who work co-cooperatively and interdependently to address learning goals, teaching practices, and common assessments in a subject area or grade level. This course provides an introduction to the PLC model and some explanation and illustration of how they work and in actual operation. Topics: 1. The PLC and the Traditional School Model 2. Four Critical Questions 3. Functions and Structure of the PLC 4. PLC as a Means of Empowerment for Teachers

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  • Study Material - Standard
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Mode of Payment

1. Online

Course Delivery and Access Methodology

The course is delivered over internet.  You must complete the enrollment process before you can access the course.
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Withdrawal and Refund Policy

Withdrawal is permitted but there will be no refund of payment.

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Chapter 1: Professional Learning Communities Study Guide


Mrs Marie Cashion

Marie is an educational visionary whose work as a teacher, researcher, trainer, and consultant has spanned three continents and many cultures, beginning in the K-12 schools of Boston and continuing through to the Faculty of Education at the University of New Brunswick (UNB). She is actively engaged in teaching Special Education and Inclusionary Practices to teachers in Trinidad and Tobago through UNB’s Educator Development Program. In 2007, sponsored by Canadian NGO Help Lesotho, Marie traveled to Lesotho to conduct an extensive needs assessment of schools. As a member of UNB’s Faculty of Education, Marie has served as Acting Dean of Education, Chair of the Department of Educational Foundations, Professor of Education, and Director of the Learning Centre.

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  • Professional Learning Communities: Forging Teacher Bonds (0004)