Whatever it Takes: How Professional Learning Communities Respond when Kids Don't Learn

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National Educational Service, 2004 - Education - 263 pages
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The authors use their own experiences, including Adlai E. Stevenson High School's "Pyramid of Interventions," to find ways that all students can learn based on interventions and organizational improvement. They demonstrate how to systematically and aggressively target students who cannot seem to learn, creating places of action, experimentation, and a willingness to test ideas.

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User Review  - Mac - Goodreads

A pretty good overview of how PLC's can change our school environment. If you're starting PLC's this is something you should read. Read full review

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User Review  - Doris Herrmann - Goodreads

One of the things I really like about this book is that it looks at the importance of a teacher's professional growth and how building capacity in a teacher can help students learn. This book provides ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Richard DuFour, en tant qu'ancien directeur et surintendant d'Adlai E. Stevenson, une ecole secondaire de banlieue comptant 4000 eleves, a su faire de cet etablissement l'une des ecoles les plus reputees et admirees des Etats-Unis.

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