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Tips for Singleton PLCs

In a previous blog post, How PLC Looks Different for Singletons, Related Arts, and Special Education, I shared a few thoughts on how the typical 4 questions of a PLC might look and sound different, depending on the uniqueness of your group. And while PLCs that combine singleton teachers (teachers who are the only ones who teach that content) may not fit the conventional PLC mold, I do believe there are valuable discussions and unifying goals that can anchor their work.


In this short (5 minute) clip, I offer four different types of goals or answers to, "What do we want them to know?" that can guide our singleton PLCs.