Homeroom to become collaborative learning community in Geneva
GENEVA – Geneva High School administrators this week said they have been rethinking how to meet educational and emotional needs of their students. They were granted permission to create a professional learning community at the school.
In a presentation to the Geneva School District 304 board, high school Principal Thomas Rogers and Associate Principal Douglas Drexler said a professional learning community would bring teachers together every week at a designated time to collaborate and assess how their students were learning and how they could improve.
Officials have been studying this initiative for nearly 18 months and would be ready to implement it as soon as spring.
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