Find Your Community
A community of practice (CoP) is a group of people who share a common passion, concern or interest. Together, they learn and grow through regular interaction. All communities of practice should be intentional, ongoing, and collaborative.
Participate provides centralized, online communities that:
- Enable personalized learning experiences for educators
- Foster sustained collaboration
- Allow teachers to learn both with and through their communities, as well as through trained peer facilitators
- Provide the tools needed to expand development and impact student outcomes
- Recognize and track professional learning on school and district levels
Find your community of practice on Participate to engage with other educators. Join some of the free communities below to get started. Each one has forums for cooperative, open discussions. Connect with your fellow educators, gather resources, and share what you learn to get the most out of the experience.
Welcome – we look forward to getting to know you!
Project-Based LearningJoin this community to learn alongside other educators implementing PBL.Join today
The PLN Project with Stephanie AffinitoEmpower your own learning, nurture your professional curiosity and create a connected support system.Join today
Design Thinking by @TheTechRabbiExplore how design thinking and creative problem-solving can help create meaningful learning experiences.Join today
Teach the Global GoalsA global community of educators passionate about the Sustainable Development Goals.View Event
#edtech4goodResources, blog posts and other ideas on ways to bridge ed+tech for good in our schools and in our world.View Event
Media Literacy CommunityDiscuss and share resources on digital citizenship, digital content creation and analysis, and more.Join today
Class Tech TipsDr. Monica Burns shares her favorite EdTech resources for PK-20 educators.Join today
The Pepper Effect with Sean GaillardTap into the magic of collaboration. Learn and share ways to positively shift school culture.Join today