Collaborative Professional Learning

Abstract

Catholic Education Office WA established a systemic strategy to support continued improvements in teaching and learning in all schools, underpinned by the Collaborative Professional Learning and Collaborative Professional Learning in Action (CPLiA) models.

CPLiA was transferred into the classroom by developing teacher knowledge (content, pedagogy and assessment), through processes such as peer coaching, collaborative teaching, lesson observation and discussions, and by developing an on-site model of teaching and learning in an identified focus area. The school was the centre of learning for teachers, as well as for students. Teachers were empowered, and given time to focus on their professional learning.

Strategy

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Supporting material

Success Stories of Collaborative Professional Learning PDF 616 KB


CPL handout PDF 143 KB


CPLiA handout PDF 245 KB


CPLiA poster PDF 98 KB


CPLiA poster A3 PDF 259 KB


CPL and CPLiA posters PDF 330 KB


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