When teachers have the opportunity to collaborate with peers, it leads to better results for their students, their team, and their school.
This focus area provides school leaders with the tools to develop a collaborative professional culture that supports student-centered teaching and learning.
When teachers collaborate, they grow from the continuous job-embedded learning they receive from their colleagues. We support skill development through personalized pathways built from BL Connect, Workshops, 1:1 Coaching, and Learning Walks to achieve clear outcomes.
Outcome: I use research-based best practices to establish and support PLCs.
Outcome: I apply systems-thinking to support professional learning.
Outcome: I make use of meaningful data to plan and facilitate professional learning.
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Learn strategies for using objective classroom data to identify the impact of a teacher’s actions on student learning.
Practice three steps that support instructional leaders to create more personalized and purposeful workshops for their teachers.
Identify, engage, and empower key faculty members and define the goals of a Professional Learning Community.
We’ve identified four elements that are key for academic success and for building student-centered classrooms. BetterLesson guides teachers, instructional coaches, and leaders through focus areas within each element to lead their professional development journey.
Improve instruction and learning for teachers and students by building your skills as an instructional leader.
Build an equitable learning community where all students can be supported, celebrated, and successful.
Find unique ways for all students to learn, communicate, and solve meaningful problems.
Use learning tools and curriculum to create a student-centered classroom.
Turn strategies into outcomes. Our team is here to help.
Read the first retrospective examination of professional development through the lens of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).Read Report
Learn about the research-backed structures, processes, and priorities that make Professional Learning Communities effective.Read Research
Discover a three-step progression for strategic instructional growth from your PD sessions.Read Strategy
Accelerate growth in your schools and stay ahead of the curve.