Whatever It Takes. How Professional Learning Communities Respond When Kids Don’t Learn (Чого б це не вартувало. Як реагують професійні навчальні спільноти, коли діти не вчаться)

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Whatever It Takes. How Professional Learning Communities Respond When Kids Don’t Learn (Чого б це не вартувало. Як реагують професійні навчальні спільноти, коли діти не вчаться)

Автори Richard DuFour, Rebecca DuFour, Robert Eaker, Gayle Karhanek
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Whatever It Takes: How Professional Learning Communities Respond When Kids Don’t Learn examines the question, “What happens when, despite our best efforts in the classroom, a student does not learn?”

A PLC will create a school-wide system of interventions that provides all students with additional time and support when they experience difficulty in their learning.

The authors describe the systems of interventions, including Adlai E. Stevenson High School’s “Pyramid of Interventions,” created by a high school, a middle school, and two elementary schools. The authors also discuss the logistical barriers these schools faced and their strategies for overcoming them.

“This exceptionally practical book addresses the tough issues every teacher and school leader must face if they are committed to improved student achievement. Readers will find a treasure trove of specific strategies that can make an immediate impact in any school. With rich case studies and abundant evidence, the authors make a compelling case for moving from theory to action.”

–         Douglas Reeves

Center for Performance Assessment, Englewood, CO

As the former principal and superintendent of Adlai Stevenson, a 4,000-student suburban high school, Richard DuFour helped the school become one of the most recognized and celebrated schools in America.

As the former principal of Boones Mill, a 400-student rural elementary school, Rebecca DuFour helped her school receive the Governor’s Award for High Achievement.

As the former executive vice-president and provost of Middle State Tennessee University, Robert Eaker was cited by Phi Delta Kappa as one of the nation’s leading experts in translating school research into practive.

“A landmark book – a stunning testament to the power of the collective intelligence of educators, relentlessly applied in the service of teaching and learning”.

–         Mike Schmoker

Author, Speaker, and Consultant Flagstaff, AZ

As director of student services at Adlai Stevenson High School for 25 years, Gayle Karhanek was the 2000 winner of the “Those Who Excel” award from the Illinois State Board of Education.

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