Welcome to the Powerful Learning Practice Wiki
This wiki is an ever evolving resource. It will become the collaborative effort of all those who are involved this work. It will serve as your virtual handout page, giving you access to all the resources that will be shared as part of the Powerful Learning Practice for Teachers and Students project.
What is PLP?
The consortium of participating Independent Schools in partnership with the leaders of Powerful Learning Practice have teamed to create a comprehensive, systemic one-year professional development program that engages educators from participating schools in transformational conversations about 21st Century Learning. Powerful Learning Practices for Teachers and Students (PLP) uses a blend of face to face and online curriculum to connect small teams from 20-forward thinking,
from across the southeast region of the nation to establish a powerful, ongoing learning community. In addition, it prepares schools to move forward in systemic ways after the one-year commitment ends by laying the groundwork for three and five year PLP project plans.
Guests and Global Visitors
If you are a guest, welcome! We hope you find useful ideas and strategies to use in your own personal learning journey and with your students in the classroom. Feel free to use the discussion tab at the top of the page to leave us a note and sign our "guest book" post.
Use the navigation bar on the left to explore the resources that are available.
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