The course identifies and explains the importance of forming and maintaining learning teams on campus to improve student achievement. During this course, you will explore the advantages of establishing a healthy collaboration structure among teachers, instructional leaders, and coaches that lead to high-quality instructional teaching. In leading professional learning teams, teachers are offered more support and guidance to improve instructional practices. With the support of a professional learning team, a campus can build a high-impact environment for student learning that addresses students’ academic, cultural, and linguistic needs. Professional learning teams can enhance the traditional professional development experience for teachers by focusing on a specific need. Learning teams can guide teachers through coaching, offering feedback, and providing research-based strategies and best practices.
As you complete this course, you will:
- You will understand how learning teams are structured.
- Learn how learning teams help make data-driven decisions to reach campus goals
- Think about the impact learning teams can have on on-campus culture and student achievement.