PLCs can be invaluable in helping educators work together toward a common goal, such as UDL.

A perfect pairing: UDL and PLCs


PLCs can be invaluable in helping educators work together toward a common goal, such as UDL

Professional learning communities (PLCs) offer a collaborative approach to professional development in which small groups of educators meet regularly to reflect on instructional planning and practice, share expertise and insights from their teaching experiences, and engage in collective problem-solving.

At the heart of effective PLCs are inquiry and reflection focused on standards-based instruction, engaging discussions on lessons that support students as they access grade-level curriculum, and exploring ways to provide students
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