Welcome to a new kind of professional learning.

Welcome to TeachingPartners. We’re creating a big, generous community where teachers can share ideas, help each other out, reduce their sense of isolation, and get answers from experts they trust: other teachers. We’re sharing great teaching and showcasing great teachers. And, we’re delivering professional learning that counts–learning that is valued by teachers and their school districts in equal measure.

We’re teacher powered. And we’re growing. And we know that by coming together in this way, teachers can change outcomes for themselves and for their students. We believe that working together we can also elevate the teaching profession.

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Personalize your professional learning with TeachingPartners Live.

Receive up to six hours of PD credit. Learn directly from some of America’s most celebrated teachers. Take part in teacher-led working groups to personalize the single approach they recommend most to improve student outcomes.

See what workshops are coming up.

Earn a micro-credential. Explore skills and practices that have been researched and developed by America’s leading professional development organizations, take part in teacher-led working groups and demonstrate the proficiency you need to earn PD credit.

See what collaboratives are coming up.

Get professional learning credit that counts. Move from novice to expert in hi-impact mini-courses that provide immediate, personalized instruction. Develop the skills, dispositions, and practices you need to deliver rigorous academic learning and to create productive and supporting learning communities for your students.
Learn more from some of America’s most inspiring educators. Explore teacher-powered conversations about the people making a difference for students, about the science and the craft of teaching, and about the joys and challenges of the teaching profession. Listen here or subscribe to our podcasts directly on our iTunes and Google Play

Stay connected by following the people, organizations, and ideas that matter to you most.

The TeachingPartners community is comprised of twelve Topics of Interest. Within each topic, TeachingPartners members share news, opinions, and ideas; and organize working groups in which they can learn and share teaching strategies with other teachers.

Find what interests you.

When you select topics to follow, any new activity that happens within this interest area appears on your customized news feed. Follow specific professional learning organizations, groups, or teachers. See whatever they share, as soon as they post it.
And, of course, it’s easy to add your own comments, resources, and ideas to the TeachingPartners conversation. Your feed connects you to everyone who’s following you.

Learn together with teachers who share your passions and interests by joining a group, or create one of your own.

Want to meet new people, develop new skills, and grow your professional network? Join agroup created by a teacher just like you and learn together with other educators who are active and involved in the professional topics you care about.
Want to work together with teachers across your school, or across the country? It takes just minutes to create your own learning group — a private space where you can host live webinars, share resources and ideas, and learn together with teachers who share your professional interests.

Stay connected and follow us everywhere you go.

TeachingPartners is ready when you are, optimized for your laptop, iPad, and mobile phone. TeachingPartners Live Workshops and Collaboratives are broadcast live on Zoom, the video conferencing system of choice for most educators, and on Facebook. Can’t make a session? No problem; we archive TeachingPartners Live events for easy viewing.

TeachingPartners is everywhere you’d expect us to be. Find us and follow us on Facebook, on Instragram, and on Twitter
Take TeachingPartners with you and learn on the go. Find our archive of TeachingPartners Live Podcasts here, and also at iTunes and on Google Play.

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