Professional Learning Communities at Work and Virtual Collaboration: On the Tipping Point of Transformation

Now is the time to transform school culture! By combining the capacities of the PLC at WorkTM process and powerful technology tools, teams of educators can meaningfully modify teaching and learning. Realize the potential of virtual collaboration to support the PLC process, and discover research-based strategies that teams of educators can implement to meet contemporary challenges in collaboration. Using technology, create conditions that foster constant teacher learning. Educators will enhance their own and their virtual teams capabilities in the learner-focused culture that PLCs promote.

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Richard DuFour & Casey Reason
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Professional Learning Communities at Work and Virtual Collaboration: On the Tipping Point of Transformation
Solution Tree Press
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Monday, August 31, 2015
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Bloomington, IN
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