Professional Learning Community Strategy In Realizing Quality Education At The Kindergarten PLC And Improving Education Quality

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Annisa Lutfia , Udin Syaefudin Sa’ud , Diding Nurdin , Danny Meirawan


This study aims to find the strategy of Professional Learning Community (PLC) activities to make improvements in teaching practices. The problem is the lack of development of PLC activities carried out for the level of kindergarten education. The research use a qualitative case study method and conducted in 2 private HIBER Kindergarten for 6 months by conducting interviews, observations, documentation, and studying field notes. The results of the study indicate that creating a learning community, collaborative leader, and building school identity values are the keys to PLC growth strategies in schools to create excellent schools. The implications of the results of this study are: 1) PLC must be continuously developed in kindergarten to achieve the quality; 2) there needs to be a common understanding of school culture and values; 3) the presence of leaders who are able to build trust and openness to dialogue.

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