Personal Reflection

In what ways have your views on professional learning communities (PLC) changed throughout this course? In what ways has your comfort level in working with other changed since week one of the course? Have your areas of strength and need changed at all over the last six weeks? How so? Use one of the following options when responding to this journal:

A professional learning community is defined as a community in which "the teachers in a school and its administrators continuously seek and share learning and then act on what they learn. The goal of their actions is to enhance their effectiveness as professionals so that students benefit. This arrangement has also been termed communities of continuous inquiry and improvement" (PLC, 1997, SEDL: 1). To create such a PLC, a school must specifically set aside time so faculty members and instructors can get to know one another...
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