Learning Forward BC Adopts statement on Quality Professional Learning

 

Learning Forward BC AGM ADOPTS A DEFINITION OF PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

Learning Forward British Columbia AGM, May 25, 2018

As a followup to the AGM Professional Learning Session, the BC Board of Learning Forward has adopted the following statements that will guide their work as they move forward with the 2018-2019  Programs.

Quality Professional Learning: A LFBC perspective 

( Based on the State of Professional Learning in  Canada, Executive Summary, 2016 page 3 and 4 )

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Fundamental to the work of LFBC is building trusting relationships and honoring diversity and differences in levels of learning across the roles of BC education organizations. LFBC believes in research based quality Professional Learning  that is grounded in a collaborative learning culture where the focus is on ensuring enhanced student learning by supporting the learning needs of educators. LFBC values cross role professional learning where teacher voice and system coherence draw on strategic threads within organizational structures. Quality content is supported by active and varied learning opportunities that are job embedded and ongoing.

 

 

Fundamental to the work of LFBC is building trusting relationships and honoring diversity and differences in levels of learning across the roles of BC education organizations.

 

LFBC believes in research-based quality Profession Learning that:

 

  • is grounded in a collaborative learning culture with a focus on enhanced student learning

 

  • supports the learning needs of all educators across the system that will lead to aligning teacher voice and system coherence

 

  • is sustained through continuous collaborative conversations

 

  • depends on other organizations for quality content,

 

  • supports quality content through active and varied learning opportunities that are job embedded and ongoing.

 

The role of LFBC is to provide expertise in delivering leadership in the areas of facilitation, learning design and implementation strategies

 

 

 

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