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Professional Learning Communities at Work: Best Practices

Title 2:
for Enhancing Student Achievement
By:
Richard DuFour, Robert Baker & Robert E. Eaker
Details:
Paperback
Year:
1998
Pages:
358
Size:
8.4" x 5.8"
ISBN:
9781879639607
Item Code:
PLCA
Price: $29.95
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This research-based resource guides you through recommendations drawn from the best practices found today in schools nationwide for continuously improving school performance. Coming from the perspectives of both a distinguished Dean of Education and one of America’s most widely acclaimed practitioners, Professional Learning Communities at Work: Best Practices for Enhancing Student Achievement provides specific, practical, “how to” information about transforming schools into results-oriented professional learning communities.

Professional Learning Communities at Work will guide you through:

  • Curriculum development
  • Teacher preparation
  • School leadership
  • Professional development programs
  • School-parent partnerships
  • Assessment practices

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