Improving Student Achievement Through A Communicative Partnership: Professional Development Session.

Here is a professional development session that you can use or alter to fit your school’s needs.

Improving Student Achievement Through A Communicative Partnership

The aim of the session is to improve student achievement through a communicative partnership.

I hope you find it useful!

1 Comment on Improving Student Achievement Through A Communicative Partnership: Professional Development Session.

  1. Sarah
    February 17, 2015 at 11:29 pm (6 years ago)

    I think Professional Learning Communities work really well if teachers/administrators come to the table with a positive attitude and a desire to learn from their colleages. I am always interested in what strategies my colleagues find effective, especially with regard to comprehension and vocabulary instruction. Personally, I use a lot of Fisher and Frey reading strategies and the Frayer vocabulary model. I agree that sharing ideas and collaboration is key to optimal teaching. Why should teachers reinvent the wheel?

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