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By Carol A. Mullen (eds.)

Contributors supply principles, functions, and assets for aiding leaders and educators take on the demanding situations of creating winning expert studying groups. This wide-ranging textual content will turn out quintessential for any democratically in charge chief devoted to organizational switch via groups of practice.

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On the other hand, schools are also professional organizations (Scott, 2002). Those individuals in the organization working at the core—in this case, teachers—have been professionally trained, comprise a professional referent group, and enjoy a measure of autonomy. The bureaucratic and professional character of human service organizations represent competing authority structures with countervailing influences. One structure has a centralizing, rationalizing effect, the other a decentralizing effect.

What will be removed from the already crowded schedule to make room for the collaboration and organizational learning that is required? While implementation of the PLC model may initially meet with great excitement, the costs associated with sustained attention to school-level processes will quickly temper this enthusiasm if stimulus-overload issues are not addressed. Most seasoned teachers are keenly aware of the costs associated with embracing new ideas and change. An example of the working calculus that teachers use in assessing the costs of a proposed change can be seen in the authority structure of the classroom and how a given change affects teacher’s authority over students.

Exercise Using the work of DuFour and colleagues to guide your work as a future or practicing school leader, describe a PLC that includes, but is not limited to, university partners, Forming School–University Partnerships ● 35 professional staff, parents, students, and members of the community. Considering that PLCs are outcome based, your responsibility, then, is to draft a plan of action. More specifically, 1. Develop a viable plan for creating a PLC that addresses the following: offerings, quality of instruction, disciplinary problems, and the overall commitment to the middle school philosophy.

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