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PLC Meeting February 8, 2019

The February 8, 2019 Meeting of the Professional Learning Committee (PLC) was held at Centennial Education Center in Room A-110. There were 12 teachers in attendance. Within level, Beginning and Intermediate groups  agreed on level appropriate writing assessments and worked on refining writing rubrics for in-classroom use during the next two weeks.  Teachers will bring results to the next PLC meeting on February 22 for team scoring and discussion.

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Sue Garnett attended and her expertise helped us to re-work the Intermediate Writing rubric toward a more practical score-weighting and organization of the scoring categories. The Intermediate group divided forces, so some teachers worked with Sue on the above, and some planned the appropriate writing assessments to use.  The teamwork was amazing!

 

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Also within level, Beginning and Intermediate groups worked on listening assessments and rubrics. Most have agreed on the type of assessment to use, but development, recording, etc. will require more work prior to implementation in the classrooms within the next month. The goal is to implement the listening assessments/rubrics prior to the March 8, 2019 PLC.

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The Beginning level group had a really productive session related to this and they are working on finishing their rubric in preparation for classroom use.  Towards the end of the meeting, they gave a helpful mini-report on their process and considerations in creating the rubric.

 


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