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Celebrate Your Teams
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PLC Leadership 101

This self-paced course is designed for teacher leaders in mind. Whether you are brand new to leading professional learning communities, or you want an engaging reminder, this course offers tangible tips, research, and strategies from Carrie Rosebrock, former PLC leader and PLC coach. 

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About this course


  • Identify leading research that verifies the impact of professional learning communities as the number one influence on student learning and achievement

  • Explore the impact of safety and clarity on teams, especially during organizational change

  • Analyze the key components of a PLC from both the micro (weekly) and macro (district) level

  • Discover the power and purpose of the PLC leader as the lead facilitator of the team

  • Identify predictable group dynamics that impact teams, especially in this work

Who should take this course?

Teacher leaders, PLC leaders, coaches, administrators who seek to support their leaders

Length and Duration

This is a self-paced, six module course through the Canvas LMS platform. Each module will provide approximately 30 minutes of learning.

What's included?

Readings, Short videos, Activities, Tools to use with your teams


  • Individual, $200

  • Group discount rates may apply

To pay by invoice, use a purchase order, or register multiple people, please contact rosebrockconsulting@gmail.com 

About your instructor

Carrie Rosebrock is the founder and lead consultant for Rosebrock Consulting. She is a former PLC leader and English curriculum coach for top school district in the state of Indiana. She is the co-author of Arrows: A Systems-Based Approach to School Leadership, and she currently supports 20+ districts and organizations through alignment processes. The key component of ensuring thriving PLCs is to equip and support teacher leaders through the process. As a PLC herself, she understands the delicate balance needed from teacher leaders who guide these conversations.  She blends her experience with current research (and a bit of humor and reality) to create an engaging self-paced course.