Leading a High Reliability School by Robert J Marzano and Philip B Warrick ISBN: 978-1945349348
How do educators build High Reliability Schools (HRS) that consistently produce excellent results and academic achievement? The key is the PLC at Work process, which emphasizes three big ideas: a focus on learning, building a collaborative culture, and a results-centered orientation. With this user-friendly resource, you will learn how to implement powerful professional learning community (PLC) structures that enable you and your team to successfully implement the key elements of a high reliability school: (1) competency-based education, (2) standards-based grading, (3) guaranteed and viable curriculum, (4) effective teaching in every classroom, and (5) a collaborative learning culture.
The cost associated with this registration is for course participation only. This course is eligible for 1 graduate credit through UND. Information on how to register and pay for the credit will be emailed to you after the start of the course.