PLC Reflections on Action Research – 11/24

Assessment – How do we know our kids are growing?  We need tools to check their growth.  How do we find out if our interventions/enrichments are working?  We must set up a way to monitor if it works or doesn’t.  Why do we as teachers end up doing something that we’ve tried in the past and just run with it?  Why do we insist that since it worked before it will always continue to work?  

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Reflections on Action Research ELC 675 – 11/3

Do you have rigor in your classroom at all times?”  Our Mission Possible teacher leaders are running some professional development about implementing rigor in the classroom.  Taking a current assessment and making sure it has value and drive for students.  

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Reflections on PLC Action Research – 10/20

Life gets in the way sometimes.  One of our 2nd grade teachers is going through some tough times dealing with a horrible vendor online for her wedding and it effects how she is functioning.  It should. 

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Reflections on PLC Action Research – 10/6/14

Student interest first can solve many conflicts and miscommunications.  After sitting with the principal and CF to explain our interest in putting our students first and utilizing our time for intervention through best practice and differentiation practices we were given the approval to move forward. 

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Reflections on PLC Action Research – 9/22/14

Time?  The biggest challenge in my experience is time. Our teachers have their day completely micromanaged to a point of non-flexibility. We were looking into strategies for push-in intervention help and before we could even get to strategies on what could help our students

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