- Who are we?
- Where are we on PLPs and proficiency based education?
- What do we need to know?
- Who are our partners to assist us designing and implementing this plan?
- What do we need from them?
- As you develop goals for the strand, and your vision for personal learning plans and curriculum, consider these standards. These support the development of student-centered educational experiences that align with the state of Vermont's move towards personalized and proficiency based learning.
Growth and Reflection
- What are goals and action steps in learning about and designing a PLP implementation plan?
- What changes do we need to make during our work at the Institute?
- How can we design an Action Research Project that will allow us to gather information to modify and revise our plan during the fall and beyond?
- What does the plan look like in phase two (after we have implemented the PLP process/cycle one full round)?
- What is that time frame for each cycle (each quarter, semester, year)?
- What does it look like for teachers and students in year two who have gone through the process already (is this a 1 year implementation plan (grade 7) , a two year plan (grades 7 & 8), a three year plan (grades 6-8) or a 4 year plan (grades 5-8)?
- How do proficiency based learning and assessments become a part of the PLP process?
- How do middle grades PLPs prepare students for learning opportunities (in and out of school) at the high school level?