With the right support and management, teacher Communities of Practice (CoP) can become thriving networks to share experiences, ideas and continually innovate in our everyday teaching practices. If you’ve never run or participated in one before, how do you get started? And how do you keep the momentum and enthusiasm going when people get busy, topics get tired and old approaches don’t seem to work anymore?
This lively panel session took us into three communities in colleges across Navitas, each at various stages of development. This group of highly experienced teachers and academic managers shared how they started their Community of Practice, what works well and some ideas for their future development.
Click below to see a summary of some of the questions and answers from the session: