That’s not what it means, it means Professional Learning Community, but it’s the essence of this concept. Teachers collaborating, working as a team for the better of our students. I am in Phoenix, Arizona, attending the Solution Tree PLC Summit 2011, and boy has it changed the way I think. I honestly thought we were implementing PLC in our school, but, we aren’t there just yet. It was good to see that we are on our way though. The biggest obstacle is CHANGE! A lot of teachers resist it, and it makes it difficult to get them to see it for the good that it can do. However, my colleagues and I are going to try our best to persuade them to see the benefits for our students.In future posts, I will share the concepts I learned from this workshop. For now, I’m hungry, and I’m going to go out and enjoy Phoenix! 🙂
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Let’s think about this…. I have sent at least 5 Missing Homework letters home with your child and she has only been in school for about 6 weeks. I called you, emailed you, and you did not respond. Today you send a letter asking me, not only to keep your child in from recess, but to send home extra work! Ha, ha, ha!!!! All I could do is laugh! Your daughter than tried to convince me to send home extra “worksheets.” Although I have given you the link, not once, twice, but three times, where I have provided access to a multitude of links and resources that your child can access at home. I post the homework EVERY DAY, so if you just took one minute, one minute, out of your busy day, you would know what homework your child has, and maybe,just maybe, you could make her do it! She doesn’t need extra work, how about it if she does the work I send home? Am I asking too much? I can not be the teacher at school and home, I have children too. I make my child do his work, that is my job as a parent! Step up to the plate, parents, take back the responsibility of raising your child, I can’t do it all!